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post #1 of 6 Old 04-04-2009, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Prarie City OHV w/ new KM2 35"s

Had to break em in and since I got my little air compressor could actually air down this time. So much fun for a little newb like myself. Pretty out there too right now. In the summer all the green turns gold/brown.










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Came close to rubbing the rails but didnt WOOO





Airing back up with the SLIME compressor. Took about 3 minutes per tire to go from 14psi to 25psi


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Here you can hear the no muffler sound. Looks like such a lame hill in the video, its fun in real life tho. Makes me appreciate the crazy looking videos that much more. If it can look crazy in a video it has to feel about 10x that much.

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Looks like a good day playing around Prarie City. KM2s look good on your rig. I know someone who uses the slime compressor. They work surprisingly well for its size.
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Looks great, you'll love the KM2s, especially on the rocks. Can't wait till mine wear out, going an entirely different route on tires.
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post #6 of 6 Old 04-07-2009, 01:13 PM
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Congrats on the tires! They look great on the Jeep. Now we just need to get them up on Fordyce this spring.
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