Thanks. This looks like the answer I was looking for.. they still don't use the serial number to help differentiate the tires, but I expect what I was looking at was DT and non DT tires...I am guessing the 45062 are the DT tiresI think I remember the following from discussion about KO2s in the 200 section: Some versions of the KO2 come in a “DT” aka different tread compound that isn’t as soft for longer wear. These don’t have the “three peak” symbol. Originally some people hauling a lot of weight with KO2s were wearing them out very quickly so BFG introduced the DT model.
I don’t see this explicitly listed on their site anymore.. maybe things have changed.
more info here:BFG KO2 vs KO2 "DT"
Yeah, I did some digging on those part numbers and couldn't find that one (Or one of them.. I think that was it).Thanks. This looks like the answer I was looking for.. they still don't use the serial number to help differentiate the tires, but I expect what I was looking at was DT and non DT tires...I am guessing the 45062 are the DT tires
I was able to get the same deal from discount tire when I bought those tires a few years ago on my old 80. I think it was right around $1000 +\-. Great tires, especially for the price.FWIW, I just got a set of 5 33x10.5R15 at Lamb's and they were able to significantly beat the 4WP price. Basically he just got me the 5th tire for free, but I was able to get them mounted, balanced, and the truck aligned for the price of just the tires at 4WP. I'm a bit more confident in the techs there too. Out the door with tire insurance was $1166.