I'm really excited about the KO2s - I'm strongly leaning towards them being my next set (as long as they offer 35's as a Load Range D). From what I can see and from what I know about advances in tire technology, they should be a big improvement over the current KOs - but I'll reserve judgement until I can read some professional reviews and comparison tests. The KOs were disappointing in Overland Journal's recent all-terrain tire comparison test, so I'm hoping the KO2s leapfrog the winners.
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Nothing but the best: AEV, Rancho, MetalCloak, Synergy, Reid Racing, Artec, Warn, Cooper