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Old 08-20-2013, 09:22 PM   #21
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If road noise and ride quality is important to you I would be leery of the Trail Graps... Just seems to be one tire on here that has some complaints. Even heard a few people take them off within a week of getting them
I had heard that from a couple posts on here. In general, it seems that you should be ready for them to ride more like a mud tire which I would expect anyway since they are fairly aggressive w/ big lugs. I had looked at the AT2's in the Xtreme and would have considered them more if I could get in the 295/65r20, but they're almost impossible to find right now. The Duratracs seem to be pretty good too, but wear more like a MT (faster). I like the look of the Trail Grapplers and overall seems to be a pretty good compromise for looks, performance and such.
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Beautiful truck. The KR is my favorite F150...someday, when kids are out of school.
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Also want to give a shout out to @FordService Ashley for the help with the private cash. An extra $750 always helps
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I had heard that from a couple posts on here. In general, it seems that you should be ready for them to ride more like a mud tire which I would expect anyway since they are fairly aggressive w/ big lugs. I had looked at the AT2's in the Xtreme and would have considered them more if I could get in the 295/65r20, but they're almost impossible to find right now. The Duratracs seem to be pretty good too, but wear more like a MT (faster). I like the look of the Trail Grapplers and overall seems to be a pretty good compromise for looks, performance and such.
Just wanted to throw that out there. They do look good.
Pretty truck as well! Can't wait to see it after you do some mods
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Just wanted to throw that out there. They do look good.
Pretty truck as well! Can't wait to see it after you do some mods
Thanks! I can't wait to see the finished product too. She's going in this morning to get the lift and tires should go on her Friday so should have an at least almost finished product by the weekend.
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That two tone king ranch is pretty sweet. I wouldn't mind that on my next truck. Congrats on the new truck
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I would look at the terra graps, I've had mine on for a bit now and they are great. They have a little hum to them but nothing like MTs and they are wearing great so far.
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Congrads! It's a beautiful truck. I was dangerously tempted a few months ago by a KR myself. Almost made a deal until the logical part of my brain prevailed. It was like yours only with a chrome package and the new black KR interior (max tow)

I'm still thinking about that damn truck! Lol

My next F-150 will be a King Ranch for sure.
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Congrats! Beautiful truck. I personally love the two-tone; helps set it apart from the masses. Looking forward to seeing pics with the mods
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Awesome and congratulations. Gorgeous truck. Enjoy!
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