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35x12.5 GoodYear MTR

Does anyone know where I can get a set I'd these? They appear to be back ordered for a month.

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35/12.50 17?
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The MTR's are on back order everywhere. Just looked in Goodyear inventory.
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You would be a miracle worker if you found a set in stock.

The build date on them is the end of this month (closing in on that, I know) or beginning of next. We're probably looking at Mid-April before they are available.

I've got KM2s in stock right now if you'd like to entertain that.

MTR/Ks go for $289/tire delivered from your friends at RCO. But that doesn't help much if I can't get them. LOL

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ya everywhere ive looked there 6-10 weeks out...ive heard in my neck the woods if im willing to drive to reno i can get a set.........


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How is a noob supposed to build a Jeep if Good Year is a sleep at the wheel.

Thanks RCO. I've thought about moving to KM2 but I'm using Rock Monsters and I think I have to use the 106 instead of 107 wheel if I move. Need to call Hutch to find out.

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And yes I need them for a 17" wheel

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Thanks RCO. I've thought about moving to KM2 but I'm using Rock Monsters and I think I have to use the 106 instead of 107 wheel if I move. Need to call Hutch to find out.
You are probably right, they use different wheels for different tires. Let me find out for you, I'll BRB.

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I tried calling for you but Hutchinson is holding their once a day sales meeting where everyone in the company gets together and talks about who knows what. LOL!

I'll try again in a bit!

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From Hutchinson - "You can use the BL-0107 for the BFG KM2's"

I posted it elsewhere but you're looking at a month or more for MTR/Ks. They are worth the wait, but the KM2s are great tires as well.

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From Hutchinson - "You can use the BL-0107 for the BFG KM2's"

I posted it elsewhere but you're looking at a month or more for MTR/Ks. They are worth the wait, but the KM2s are great tires as well.

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what kinda price on the KM2's in the same size????

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35/12.50 17?
I called the Tire rack a few weeks ago looking for one for a spare they said they expected them in on 4-8
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The KM2's are usually available in 2 to 3 days nowadays at certain vendors about $301 a piece....great tires
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what kinda price on the KM2's in the same size????
$300 Delivered per tire. Free shipping that leaves same day if you order before 3 or so ET. I can get them delivered to you withing 3 days of your order anywhere in the US at the moment.

I've also got the Nitto Trail Grappler MT available for $299 per tire. They are load range E though...bit stiffer.

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I called the Tire rack a few weeks ago looking for one for a spare they said they expected them in on 4-8
Unfortunately they were going off the same information that I had. I have a wholesale account with them and they tell you exactly what Goodyear says. No one knows...even Goodyear. LOL!


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I'm torn. That is a good price on the KM2 but Ive read it runs small and that the MTR has qualities I like.
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sorry to steal the thread but, i have one simple question.


What kind of miles are you guys getting out of the goodyear MTR/K??

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Now i have an excuse not to get my spare...Marcus u were right..who needs a spare ?

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I'm torn. That is a good price on the KM2 but Ive read it runs small and that the MTR has qualities I like.
Do the KM2s run a little smaller than 35"? Sure. Are they a bad tire because of that? Neh. I had a bit of an interesting thing happen to me last weekend. I met up with a gentleman who had 35" KM2s and I was convinced that they were 37s while we were chatting. Turns out they were 35s. Ha ha!

Don't let all of us internet warriors/story tellers scare you off of a tire. They are all "ABOUT" 35" tall.

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sorry to steal the thread but, i have one simple question.


What kind of miles are you guys getting out of the goodyear MTR/K??
I've got about 10K miles on my MTR/Ks and they still look great to me! I expect at least another 20K out of them if I don't go auto-crossing.

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Now i have an excuse not to get my spare...Marcus u were right..who needs a spare ?
Ha ha! I'm not sure I said that you don't NEED a spare, but I definitely won't deny that I take my chances and don't run one around town.


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Are the 37" KM2s available?
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Back, Back, Back, Back, BACKORDERed.


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Back, Back, Back, Back, BACKORDERed.
So no 35" MTRs or 37" MTRs or 37" KM2s.
Only tire available is the 35" KM2.
I got it. Let us know what shows up.
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I was told by Goodyear today... March 29th. I hope so.
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4wheelparts told me end of may for the 37" mtr's
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4wheelparts told me end of may for the 37" mtr's
I hope not. I got the email directly from Goodyear. Im going to have to order something else if its going to be end of May.
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My Goodyear rep told me Friday, when I called for a spare; that they still don't have a solid production date on them.
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