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    And, one of my favorite parts about the truck! This was the trip back. 4 adults, and 350# of gear in the bed. 😎




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    Try some 33" Ko2 tires... you might gain some mpg with extra clearance too! The Duratrac tires are extremely aggressive for being AT rated. Cool videos. Surprise Lake looks like a nice destination.
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    Yes, when I get these tires worn down I will be going to 33" tires. They can fit on stock wheels with just a little rubbing. I'll probably have to trim just a little. I will more than likely go with the Cooper STT Pro though. I ran the STT on my H2 and they were awesome on all conditions from deep snow, to mud, to Moab. And I got 53,000 miles out of them on my H2! I've got the STT Pro that replaced the STT on it more, and they are as good or better so far.

    I really like the looks of the Ko2. But with the miles I've gotten from the STT, I like the added off road performance.

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    Sweet ZR2! Nice to see you using it! Be great to see it in action in person! Maybe you'll join in on a trip soon ??? Lots of Chevy haters on here so it will be great to have more classy bow ties running the trails🍻 Btw here are my old and crusty ZR2's


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    Nice! I've always liked those ZR2 Blazers!

    I'll keep an eye on trips and try to make one. My issue is due to my work schedule I work weekends and am off on week days. Which I love hitting trails during the week, as there's no idiots out there. But it also makes it tough to go with other people with normal schedules.

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    The truck performs very well. I am impressed with how it gets over obstacles and doesn't get hung up with the 31" tires. I think of it like a goat, it just crawls over everything with very little effort and no drama.

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