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BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

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BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

All Terrain Truck SUV Features
  • Aggressive, high-void all-terrain tread for excellent traction on and off road and decreased stone retention
  • Dual compound tread for exceptional bruise resistance under the tread and in the sidewall
  • ShoulderLock™ technology with 40% wider shoulder grooves for increased traction and control, even in aired-down driving
  • TriGard® three-ply polyester carcass for precise steering, cornering control, excellent puncture and bruise resistance
  • Two full-width steel belts for long life and durability
  • Bold sidewall design with raised white letters or black outlined letters
  • Rim protectors help shield wheels from off-road damage
  • High-strength, single-strand bead construction improves ride quality 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1652reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Idaho Roads Demand BFGs Year after year I am impressed with the BFG T/A KO tires. I have converted many friends to this tire. I have run these tires on my 1990 Toyota Pickup (2 sets of 31/10.50-15), my wife's 1999 Blazer, my 2004 4Runner Sport Edition, and today I put a new set my my wife's 2006 Sequoia. I run the 265-70R-17 on both the 2004 4Runner and the 2006 Sequoia. I had a bit of rubbing on the 4Runner at full turn but nothing a hand saw couldn't fix. The tires look awesome on the factory wheels. I dream of putting a lift on the 4Runner but after a solid weekend of using it I find I do well at factory height and the BFG's. There are only a few square feet that connect my family and me to the earth at 80 mph. Those few square feet that connect me to the earth are my BFG's. I trust my BFG's to get my rigs places whether its beach launching rafts, tearing through the snow to get first tracks on the ski hills, or getting to those remote hunting spots (and back). I have no criticisms for these tires. Ryan of Idaho November 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by buying set #4 Soon I will be purchasing my 4th set of these. My first 2 sets went on a Nissan D21 pickup. While my gas mileage did drop, I was still getting 25mpg. I used and abused these tires on and off the highway to the tune of 55K miles, each set. The tires stood up to the abuse better than the truck did (blown suspension, CV joints, etc). Desert running at 70+mph will take a serious toll on your vehicle. My last set (and the next set) was fitted onto a '04 Dakota. I am currently pushing 60K miles and might be able to get another 5k. While I don't desert run with this truck like I did the Nissan, these tires have powered thru 12+ inches of snow, muddy back country roads, and pulled bass boats out of the water with nary an issue. The only down sides are I did lose about 3-5mpg (I did go oversized for this truck, though) and they are a little on the noisy side. Between the 3 sets I have owned, I have had numerous glass shards, nails, and other tire puncturing items lodged in them and not one single flat tire... June 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great performance, fast wearing Great performance, fast wearing. Had 3.5 sets on my 2002 Excursion in last 100,000 miles. 295/75r16D, 315/75r16D and most recently 305/70r16E. About 30-35K miles each set. Great performance in the snow when new, performance drops off in deeper snow with wear, as expected. Good performance on wet & dry pavement, decent on muddy roads: good all around tire. Chewed up the rear 315's while hauling equipment up steep gravel roads: not warranteed. Bought 2 new tires to match the front. Not happy with the handling of the D rated 315's on 16" rims for towing (7,000lb / 12,000 lb trailers) which is why I went to 305's this last time. Now going to 17" or 18" rims and considering all E rated tires in AT and MT designs, including the BFG AT KO. Perspective: Work truck has stock size 275/65r18 Toyo AT's: not as good in snow as BFG AT when new, about the same when half worn. Got 50K instead of 35K, lighter truck though. Jeep has 39.50 Iroks on locked 1-tons: Just adds perspective to the "decent on muddy roads" comment above. October 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deep snow I just had the T/A KOs mounted on my Jeep JK just as a Maine winter storm was beginning. The following morning, with the storm still in progress, I headed out for an early morning 100 mile round trip for an appointment. Most of the plowed roads had at least 2"-4" of snow and one stretch had nearly a foot of snow. The few times taking off and losing traction were interesting. Unlike my previous AT tires, the BFG All Terrain T/A KO tires tracked straight and the brief moments of non traction were only noted by the warning light. Stopping on snow was a major surprise. Unlike the gentle slide to a stop that I had grown use to, now I was firmly restrained by the seat belt. Great traction in stopping. To sum it up. The storm dumped between 18"-22" of snow. Most of my 100 mile trip was in a couple to several inches with the occasional deep drifts blowing across the road. I did not have to engage 4wd until I had to get up my driveway and the 18" of snow covering it. I'm looking forward to driving on pavement to see how the tires feel there. March 13, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Never got Stuck I have a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 4wd ext. cab SB running 265/75R/16 Load range-E, I have ran this type of tire on several different trucks over the years. They have been reliable for everyday driving on dry and wet pavement. And very reliable when needed in snow, I live in Northern Indiana, also have used this truck and others on the mountain roads/logging roads of Utah,Colorado,Montana,etc. Both with trailers and without. They normally have lasted me 40-45000 miles, I normally sell these used, and get another set. I have to admit I have looked into the Michelin LTX A/T2's, but always come back to these BFG's, after 180,000 miles of using them, why fix what isn't broke. I am sure I could more miles out of them, however I sell them to help offset the cost of the new ones, they are a bit pricey, but what isn't these days? I have used them to pull fifth wheel campers,boats,cargos and car trailers,etc.. Keep them rotated and properly inflated, enjoy for 40-50k, then start looking for another set. You'll be glad you did! April 9, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 Let me preface this with ... Let me preface this with saying that I reside in Arizona. The area that which my A.T. Ko's see are mainly rocks with sharp features. I started out wheeling with these at full 35 psi, and was impressed with them. Later on when wheeling with more expierenced people I was convinced to lower the pressures to 8 psi. The result was astounding! The way the tires would wrap around the formations of the rocks, grab to the smooth faced waterfall climbs was impressive. These tires have suffered cosmitic damage on the trails but have not left me out there, I am currently running my second set of these, they ride very good on the street with minimal roar noise, and get good mileage on the tread wear. My first set i managed to make it to 64k miles and still have 4/32 average tread depth. My second set is still on my XJ with about 54k miles on them. I have treated these tires to more rocks and abuse so they should only make it to 60k miles before replacement. These tires for a very good all around tire are the tire I am going to continue to use. November 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by will never buy another In 1998 I bought a 1995 Z71 regular cab/shortbed with 54,000 miles on it. It came with a set of these bfg's on them. I owned the truck for six years, and I put 80,000 miles on my ta/ko tires. When I sold the truck, the buyer never mentioned the tires, because they didn't even look like they needed replacement! In addition, the next vehicle I bought, was a tahoe, and I immediately put ta/ko on the truck. I drove that truck 45,000 miles, and when I sold that, same thing, tires still looked great. I hunt, fish, trail ride, off road in sand etc. I drive all over the city, and road trip, all the time and with those tires, 2 vehicles, 125k miles, guess what? I never even had a flat! I never hydroplaned, never got stuck, what more can you ask for? If I would have kept both vehicles till the tires gave out, I'm not sure I couldn't have squeezed out 200k miles on 2 sets of tires, and still never had a flat! The tires are expensive, no doubt, but these are one of the few things around today that will truely give you your money's worth - plus some. April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2002 GMC Safari Owner I bought a set of four BF Goodrich All-Terrain AKO tires back in February, 2007. Almost three years ago I had to replace two tires due to normal wear and now it's time to replace the other two tires. These last two tires, (if my math is correct) have lasted just under six years with 70,000 miles on them. NOTE: I have rotated my tires every 5,000-10,000 miles and the other two tires would of lasted the same but the front end of my vehicle failed me and caused them to wear unevenly. In addition in June, 2009, I bought four of the same tires for my 2007 FWD 4cyl. Ford Escape. Right now all of the tires have worn evenly, are not showing any signs of needing replacement, and have just under 60,000 miles on them. Needless to say, this is a no brainer for me to buy BF Goodrich All-Terrain AKO's, especially when I drive in Northern Michigan, where road conditions change quickly from snow, wet, ice, mud, to dry and this tires handles it all. November 21, 2012
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  • Tread Life Warranty: Varies based on speed rating
  • Uniformity Warranty: First 25% Even Wear, 1 Tire Permitted
  • Workmanship Material Warranty: 72 month first 25% Free Replacment
  • Manufacture's Hazard Warranty:
  • Test Drive Warranty: N/A
  • Manufacture's Special Warranty: For a "Staggered Fitment" application (different size tires on the front and rear axles) the rear tires will only be warrantable for one half of the stated mileage for that tire line.
  • Warranty PDF: BFG_Warranty.pdf

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