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they look great! What size are your KO2s on the LC200? I have 2 black rally raids sitting in my garage, been waiting a month for the other 3
Thanks! I maxed it out at 285/65/R18. There was a tiny bit of rub at full lock on the front two wheels, but saw @tpatt88 remove his front mud guards from his LX570 and voila, same with the Cruiser. I've loved the size at stock suspension. Fills out the wheel well really nicely.
Can't wait to see photos of the black Rally Raids. I was back and forth for a while on that.
 

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Spent some time breaking in the new tires off road. So far the Kendas have exceeded my expectations. Did great in light snow and playing in the soggy dirt off road. Aired down to around 25psi and the traction was substantially better then the general grabber ATXs. I will say the ATXs are a quieter street tire.

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Spent some time breaking in the new tires off road. So far the Kendas have exceeded my expectations. Did great in light snow and playing in the soggy dirt off road. Aired down to around 25psi and the traction was substantially better then the general grabber ATXs. I will say the ATXs are a quieter street tire.

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Did you do those in their unique size, 35x11.5? Edit: I was thinking of their 35x10.5R17 :doh:
 
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Did you do those in their unique size, 35x11.5?
Negative. Went with their LT275/70r18. Being that the kenda’s run large I didn’t want to have any figment issues and KDSS rubbing. Kenda makes a killer tire for the money. Around $160 a tire for these and under $200 for 35’s. Road noise is minimal for the aggressive tread pattern. Definitely more noticeable then my previous all terrains but just a slight hum.
 

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Family had a blast exploring the Galleto Meadows giant sculptures in the pitch black desert. Out in a literal middle of nowhere, Borrego Springs CA.

Starts with an ominous silhouette creeping out of the pitch black desert night. Way off in the distance as the Rigid Spot lights licks against them. Deep blacks, fringes of light, lots of shadows. Anticipation of the unknown colossal figure coming out of the darkness, most much bigger than the car. Then the sheer freakiness of shapes cast in steel as it comes into the light illuminated only by the car. Twas great. Hope my young kids don't have nightmares...they really didn't like me getting out of the car.

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