Nitto Ridge vs. BFG KM3

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I was recently on a very, very muddy run and got to see multiple tires in use. Imam running the factory Falcon M/Ts and was very surprised at how well they did. they cleaned out better, and I had less slipping than others. everyone was able to make it without getting stuck, so in all reality any of these will work, but I was really impressed at how well the Falcons did. I will still probably swap to something else as I almost never go through mud so that is not a priority for me. however if Mud is critical for your use, they are worth looking into.
 

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How are the KM3's in the rain and wet roads compared to the KO2's?
 
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How are the KM3's in the rain and wet roads compared to the KO2's?
My wife did the driving yesterday in snow and wet roads and really liked the way the KM3's handled however she never had the KO2s in of the same situations so I am probably not much help. I will comment that the 35's measure just a hair under 34".
 

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