The KO2 is an all-terrain, and as such is not comparable to the DynaPro MT on any level.
The KO2 is going to be nearly silent, very smooth, wear very well and be a great all around tire for on and off-road use as long as thick/slimy mud is not your terrain.
The DynaPro is not Mud Grappler loud, but it hums a little. Not bad. I ran this tire on a lifted Hummer H3 Adventure and it wore decently (not like a KO2), worked great off road (including in mud that would kill the KO2), rode decent (not like a KO2), and balanced just fine. You do feel the rows of lugs when starting out or coming to a stop. They look good enough with a nice aggressive sidewall lug to them, but they had 2 colors of rubber on the sidewall that drove me crazy! When you clean them and coat them with tire dressing, it was barely seen. But as soon as the tire dressing started to fade away, the two shades of rubber made itself horribly apparent. It made my skin crawl!
I wouldn't buy the DynaPro MT again being that the better looking and better performing Cooper STT Pro is out in full swing, and available in every small town across the country.
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2014 JK Willys, 37x13.5-18 STT Pro, 3.5" RK with 1.25 body lift, 28" Fox 2.0 IFP, Ruff Stuff Tie Rod, Synergy Trackbar/Bracket/Sector Bracket, WTO Ram Assist, EVO RockStar Rear Brackets, ProRock 44U, RCV/Ten Factory shafts/E-Locker, Synergy Balls, Factory Rear LSD, 12K LB X2O Gen 2 Comp, SB SRC Front/Body Armor Rear bumpers, RR and RE armor, Adams Shafts, 4.88 Yukon Gears. My toy.
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