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Replacement springs & shocks

Old 03-11-2019, 06:56 AM
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Yikes.... with load range F and that little sidewall I can't imagine that even the cushiest of shocks will help that much. A buddy is running those adjustable ranchos though, and they seem to really smooth the ride out appreciably.
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Old 03-11-2019, 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted by resharp001 View Post
That's interesting, I didn't realize they made 2 different load/speed ratings in the same size tire for some sizes. Looks like both the 33x12.5 and the 35x12.5 come in 2 different flavors when it comes to 20" wheels. Odd.

Yep... same with KO2s. I wanted KO2s in an 'E' for my tow rig which runs 20" rims... I could see on the BFG site that they made them in E rating.. but all I could find locally was D rated. Finally purchased them online.
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