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Kenda Klever M/T 255 75 17

Sup guys just put an order in on a new set of Kenda Klever kr29 M/T , real aggressive tread pattern And from what I can tell based on reviews it's well liked , and performs well in all conditions.. guess will see.
Just curious if anyone here has any expierience with these and if you kno what this perticular tire actually measures out to?

Im running 1" wheel spacers and I'll finally be doing my 2" rc lift once these and my front shocks come in

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Sup guys just put an order in on a new set of Kenda Klever kr29 M/T , real aggressive tread pattern And from what I can tell based on reviews it's well liked , and performs well in all conditions.. guess will see.
Just curious if anyone here has any expierience with these and if you kno what this perticular tire actually measures out to?

Im running 1" wheel spacers and I'll finally be doing my 2" rc lift once these and my front shocks come in
You'll want longer rear shocks with that lift as well.
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The longer shocks are not necesary alot of the members just stick with the factory rear shocks I know I did and have no issues.

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Thanks lucky 7s I got load levelers sitting right next to me, however its not gonna see the trails too much. The wife drives it more but when it does get off the pavement I'd like a little bit of comfort in what I have . We will probably see a lot more mud tho hahaha,
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