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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T-A KO

3.21

(663) Customer Reviews

Price Range:  USD $124.05 to $551.12

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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

Overall 

3.2

BFGoodrich All-Terrain T-A KO
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Dry
(3.7)
Wet
(3.0)
Snow
(3.4)
Handling
(3.0)
Comfort
(2.5)
Noise
(2.4)
Treadwear
(3.4)
Overall:
3.5
Dry
4.0
Wet
3.0
Snow
4.0
Handling
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
2.0
Treadwear
5.0

These have done great in rural Maine. They do last as long as they claim, mine have 55,000 miles and there’s still tread left...believe me, I just got a new inspection! Always kept them well inflated, and rotated every 8-10k miles. Snow is good, I never really had any problems. Could be better in some areas, namely slush. Perfect for thick snow. Somewhat noisy on road, but off road handling was great.

Size: 245/70R16

Vehicle: 2011 Jeep Liberty 4 Dr Sport Utility Renegade with 88495 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 4/11/2018 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
3.4
Dry
4.0
Wet
4.0
Snow
3.0
Handling
1.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
3.0

worst handling tired I ever bought 3rd set I've owned but this last set ko2 wander all over the road am ready to sell at 3000 miles

Size: 275/70R18

Vehicle: 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup, 7 Ft Bed LT (265/70R17 121 Q) with 6436 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 9/9/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
3.5
Dry
3.0
Wet
4.0
Snow
3.0
Handling
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
1.0

All tires have cupped and need replacing at 31k. My dads have 10k and are starting to cup also on a 11 Tundra. Worst BFG tire I ever owned. Be cautious.

Size: 275/70R18

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Anonymous made this review on 7/16/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Warranty summary for replacement tires purchased on or after 01/Jul/2016

Treadlife Warranty

N/A OR See Qualified Warranty Tires

Uniformity Warranty

1 Year / first 2/32" of wear

Workmanship Materials Warranty

6 Years / Free replacement first year, 2/32" or 25% of wear, then prorated until 2/32" remaining depth

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