Join Date: May 2008
Location: Grand Junction COlorado
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I would take an MT/R over a KM any day.
After observing the new MTR Kevlar's performance on several Jeeps when I got 37's to replace my 35's I went with KM2's again. They MTR's may have a good sidewall (as does the KM2) but I think the MTR has less traction. The new MTR is not a bad tire and is better than the old MTR but I think the KM2 is better.
08 JKU Rubi, GM 6.2 LS, 6L80 6 sp automatic, Atlas 4 sp TC, Dynatrac ProRock 80 rear and in front PR60 w RCV shafts, DynaLock w Stub hubs, 4.88 gears and ARB Lockers, 4.0" lift, Synergy Long Arm, King coilovers, 40" Nitto's, Hutchison Rock Monster wheels, GenRight alum bumper and fenders, GenRight 20 gal aux gas tank, PSC steering, Warn Zeon 12K.
2nd Jeep is a 2014 Grand Cherokee Overland with a 5.7 Hemi, Quadra-Lift Suspension and Quadra-Drive II. My wife says I can't do anything to it!