1-877-877-1010 | Contact Us | Cart (0) | My Account | Customer Service

BFGoodrich
BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T-A
BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T-A
  • Price Range:  USD $130.99 to $291.99
    All Season

    Original equipment on many of the world's most popular trucks. Ideal all-season replacement for pickups, jeeps and SUVs. Excellent dry and wet/snow traction. Smooth ride. Excellent mileage.

    • Two full width steel belts reinforce tread for secure handling and provide bruise and puncture resistance.
    • Two ply polyester carcass gives a smooth, comfortable ride while maintaining off road durability.
    • Optimized tread contact patch improves wear, minimizes noise, and improves comfort.

    Customer Reviews
    Sizing and Pricing
    Sort By:
    2.8
  • 3.4
    2.3
    1.9
    2.8
    3.0
    3.2
    2.6
    BFGoodrich
    Rugged Trail T-A
    Overall  Dry Wet Snow Handling Comfort Noise Treadwear
    Overall: 4.3  
  • 12/2/2014
    Dry
  • Wet
  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: 245/65R17 (2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT 4 Dr Sport Utility LT with 104585 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
    Share this review:
    I absolutely loved these tires on my '02 Trailblazer Ext. Got approx 65k on the first set, and another 65k on the second set. My T-Blazer was a tank; never, ever got stuck even though it was 2WD. And we get plenty of snow in Northern Ohio. I don't get all these people trashing this tire; probably because they are driving inferior vehicles, i.e. Ford's and Toyota's.
    Overall: 3.2  
  • 2/26/2014
    Dry
  • Wet
  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: 265/60R18 (2011 Nissan Frontier 4 Dr Crew Cab 5 Ft Bed SL with 91713 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
    Share this review:
    I got 57,000 out of the factory set of tires on my Frontier. I put the good years on this week so it will be interesting to have a comparison. I expect per reviews on both tires that the Goodyear will ride better but will only get me 40,000 if I'm lucky.
    Overall: 2.9  
  • 2/11/2014
    Dry
  • Wet
  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: 275/65R18 (2011 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4x4 with 30000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
    Share this review:
    Least amount of treadwear of any tire I have ever owned. Performance and handling only average. Last BFG I will ever purchase.
    Overall: 2.7  
  • 1/4/2014
    Dry
  • Wet
  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: 265/75R16 (2010 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab PRO-4X with 77232 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
    Share this review:
    Stock tires on my Frontier Pro 4X (2010). Very uncomfortable tires with lots of road noise, even new. Gets A LOT WORSE once you get about 20000 miles on them. Never really had that much problem with handling up to 20000, except they don't seem to like really wet roads. Drives good off road in light mud and gravel, light snow is good too at first, but again after 20000 it starts to do a bit downhill from there. In moderate snow the tires don't clean themselves too well, so snow is packed into the grooves. Will get you where you want to go. Warranty says 51000 on my tires, but I am at 46000 right now and I need to change them for the winter. If it was summer I wouldn't change them and could get closer to the warranty with them. Wears evenly, but I had my tires rotated every 5000 miles. Not recommended for street use as it is very noisy and not at all comfortable. Not good with the gas mileage until after about 20000, but then the handling drops. I changed them out recently and went with something completely different.
    Overall: 1.2  
  • 10/30/2013
    Dry
  • Wet
  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: ( 24135 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
    Share this review:
    Only good thing- they're quiet. 15K miles on mine and they're DESTROYED. ripped a 4" gash in one this morning on a rock and the rest are in awful shape from actually using them in "all terrains"... the tread wore much quicker than I expected it to, and the sidewalls are paper thin. rugged Fails. do not buy this damn tire.
    «Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  ... Next»