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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T-A KO
BFGoodrich All-Terrain T-A KO
  • Price Range:  USD $140.99 to $524.99
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    The all-terrain that KOs the competition. What it is:The tire that invented the all-terrain category remains the race-winning standard for on- and off-road performance, great mileage and a bold look that transforms the appearance of any vehicle you put it on. Who it’s for: Pickup, jeep and SUV owners who want to step up in looks and true all-terrain on- and off-road performance from their original equipment tires.

    • ShoulderLock™ technology (upper sidewall traction bars, 40% wider shoulder grooves): Maximizes "aired down" traction and steering control in deep dirt, mud and sand; provides more aggressive appearance; reduces noise, and minimizes hydroplaning.
    • Longer tread life (up to 12%), enhanced resistance to irregular wear and better traction provided by dual tread radius with advanced profile design that improves stress distribution.
    • Excellent traction and handling on- and off-road; improved traction, greater gravel wear resistance and decreased stone retention all delivered by aggressive, high void all-terrain tread design with interlocking tread elements, innovative siping and stabilized tread center.
    • TriGard® three-ply construction delivers exceptional bruise resistance under the tread and in the sidewall.
    • Precise steering response and cornering control, plus excellent bruise and puncture resistance provided by tread-stiffening two full-width steel belts.
    • Improved ride

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    Overall: 2.7  
  • 4/22/2014
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  • Size: ( 48270 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    My 2012 f150 had these on it when I purchased it new with a leveling kit. These tires performed great when new. They wore nice and even and look awesome (the look of bfgs is what everyone loves). However got some vibrations and odd wear at around 15,000 miles. Regular rotations at about 7,000 miles. But that's a typical bfg at. I've known from experience that your simply buying a name when you buy these and wasting a whole lot of money. There are much better tires...one being exactly the same (General grabber at2) that last longer and wear even. Keep in mind these were on a brand new truck that was sold aligned after the slight lift and serviced regularly to maintain my warranty. Also used these tires through 2 pa winter's. The first one when they were new they performed ok at best. I found out quite quickly that although you have the big mud and snow rated tire don't be too confident with these. The tread simply packs with snow and leaves you with a slick. You really have to keep them spinning to keep them cleaned out. Tires perform best in off road situations such as going hunting and etc....for that I'd give them a 5...for a daily driver I'd rate them an all around 2.5. They are simply too expensive...maybe the most expensive a/t out there. They sure do look good and tough when new though. Might be one of the best looking tires out there....
    Overall: 3.7  
  • 4/6/2014
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  • Size: 245/75R16 ( 120675 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I had a set of these on a '94 Toyota pickup that replaced a set of goodyear wranglers. They were better in the mud and on dry pavement, but on wet pavement they were not as good as the bald wranglers. I wrecked it and have no idea how long they would have lasted. My next truck was an '06 1500 Chevy and I put on a set of Pirelli scorpions. They were better in snow and on wet pavement and quieter too. I had 65,000 miles on them when I got rid of the truck and looked like they had 30,000+ left in them. Next I bought a 2010 Tacoma that came stock with these tires. 75,000 miles later I think I can get 10,000 more out of them. I'd say that's great tread wear. They are fantastic off-road, even if a mud tire might be a little better, this is a much better tire for most other situations. They only thing I would change is better wet handling and less noise. They aren't that loud, they just aren't quiet as the scorpions or road tire.
    Overall: 4.6  
  • 4/1/2014
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  • Size: ( 56315 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I have been using these tires for years. I will buy other tires trying to upgrade, but they are usually an upgrade in one area. The T-A KO tires are great in everything but mud. Light mud they are fine, but serious mud you will need a mud tire. They work great in snow. If you keep one tire on for winter and summer, this is it. These tires also hold up well against damage from rocks, sticks and road debris.
    Overall: 3.9  
  • 3/31/2014
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  • Size: 285/70R17 ( 66000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I have been using BFG 285/70/17 A/T for my Toyota LC Sahara Diesel. My LC is heavy with bull bar and a winch as extras. I drive 70% regular roads and only 30% off road. When i bought it the dealer promised min 80,000Km provided tyre rotation and balancing every 10,000Km which I did religiously. Has given me 66,000km and time to change now. But not a single puncture or chipping or any other problem during that 66K run. Two and half years later when I returned to the same dealer, he says, 66K km is very good for a BFG tyre and he doesn't remember the promise for 80,000km!!! My previous tyre was Dunlop which came with the brand new LC and gave 62,000KM. This time I am trying Goodyear, with official warranty of 95,000km on pro-rata basis. And 4 for the price of 3 company deal.The catch is that if ur tyre performs well its good otherwise to use the warranty i will have to buy the same brand again! cheers Krishnan Sankunni April 2014
    Overall: 5.0  
  • 1/19/2014
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  • Size: ( 321800 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Extreme (Racetrack style racing)
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    IVE HAD THESE TIRES FOR 3 YEARS NOW AND HAVE TAKEN THEM TROUGH EVERY thing and they have half the damn tread left and they have the best traction ever I'm an off roader and i haul wood and the handle extremely well on and off road if you don't like these tires your a retard
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