Awesome tire, going to look great! I just got a set of BFG KO2's for my L405
They’re not loading. Lots of server issues here lately.Here are a couple of other pics. More to come next week. Btw, the spare fits perfectly in the well in the boot.
THey sure did. I loved Nitto Grapplers. My Terra Grapplers lasted 80K miles with few side divots from sharp rocks still had many miles left on them. Let em go because I was offered a new set for some assistance I gave one of my customers in dropping a bunch of trees on his property, so I had fun playing lumber jack and we had huge bonfire and Stellas after the sun went down.can some one please tell me if the images posted ok?
I've had 275/55R20 KO2s on my 2017 ATB for roughly 2,500 miles now. Here's a mini review as a data point for you:Thanks for the info.
I'm torn between the Nitto or the KO2 now.
I've had 275/55R20 KO2s on my 2017 ATB for roughly 2,500 miles now. Here's a mini review as a data point for you:
Road noise: louder than the stock tires on the 21" rims, but you stop noticing it quickly.
Road feel/handling: they're definitely a bit softer and you notice more "squishing" during higher speed turns
Wet conditions: they're a little squirrelly around tight turns when it first rains and oil/debris is on the road surface, but after that it's fine
Snow/ice: we had blizzard-conditions in the mountains this past weekend (roads were a nightmare), so I got to test this extensively. The KO2s were fantastic in deeper snow (1-2 feet) and had no problems getting traction. The trail of cars in front of me went through a steeper uphill curved section of road that was visibly icy with CalTrans + Highway Patrol waving cars through one at a time. Every car in front of me, trucks with 4WD + A/T / sedans with AWD and all-seasons / vehicles with chains, slipped side to side and struggled for traction through that area. I was pleasantly surprised to experience almost zero slippage and no side-to-side movement.
Off-road: when I had the KO2s on my 2016 (~10k miles), I took them off-roading several times and even without airing down the off-road traction was great. No issues getting on/over obstacles including very loose gravel, chunky rocks, and smooth polished slabs.
No issues on my 2016 or my 2017.I am new to this forum, sorry for any duplication (if there is any). Has anyone had rubbing issues with the 275/55s on regular ride height or any computer issues? thanks
The 20" rims Land Rover sells for the RR/RRS will allow you to put 275/55R20 A/T tires on it. I swapped the 21" rims that came with my RRS ATB for the 20" ones that come on the HSE so I could run A/T tires.Hi everyone,
Just bought a 2017 L494 with Brembo calipers, fitted with 22" rims.
Useless off road first large stone = damage to rim.
Question please, what wheels can i fit? and where to purchase from?
I would like more rubber less wheel.