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Goodyear VS BFG

Debating between Goodyear mt's with kevlar vs BFG km2's. I like the looks of both but wanna see what people suggest for someone who drives a good bit on highway and sees the occasional mud hole. No rock crawling involved.
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These two tires are kings of the hill right now for offroad use. Neither is great for mostly street driving. (People do it but no MT is really.)

My first recommendation would be to find something between an MT and an AT or even just an aggressive AT for your use. The Goodyear DuraTrac may be an excellent tire for you.

If you are set on picking one of these its hard to say which one is going to be better. The difference will be minor. The MTR with Kevlar may be a little quieter on the street while the KM2 will be a little better in the occasional mud hole. The MTR with Kevlar would be better in winter months but if you plan on siping either tire they'd fair about even.

Let us know if we can help you with either one. We'd love to earn your business.

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