Reviews and Problems with Kumho ROAD VENTURE MT KL71
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18 July 2015
Summary: I upgraded from the BFG A/Ts and I love these tires. They were a great price, they have no road noise, and very aggressive tread. I have yet to get stuck. I get compliments on the tires as much as the rims. I'm very happy with my choice.
Summary: I bought my truck with these tires on it new from the dealer. I was very skeptical about road noise and comfort because I've had Nitto Trail Grapplers and they were horrible(ride and noise). These tires still have a hum to them, but not as bad as expected for a mud tire.
Summary: These tires have surprised me in many ways so far. They are extremely quiet on the road and highway, considering they are deep-lug mud tires. I had some Toyo Open Country MT's on my truck before these, and these are much quieter and smoother than the Toyo's.
Summary: I live in a house that sits 500ft off the main road and we average 10-15ft of snow per season. So far we've had to drive in a multitude of snow conditions and I am very pleased with the tires performance.
Summary: This is my fourth set of Kumho Road Venture MTs over the last six years. I went through three sets (38x15.50x20) on my 2006 Dodge Ram 2500(diesel), and averaged just over 50,000 miles on each set (54k, 52k, and 44k to be exact..
Summary: I had these tires for around 5,000 miles and loved the look. Unfortunately, they had to be replaced as the sidewalls began to split on all four tires. These might be fine for lighter trucks on the highway, but they cannot handle ANY off road driving with the larger trucks.