Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A

I drive 40k + miles annually. Drive 70 mph to the job location, pulling trailers, then all day off road in the muddy and sandy fields while pulling 14k trailers, then back home at 70 again. Tires have 77,000 miles on them currently and i still have a 1/4 inch of tread. During hunting season I drive my truck like an atv through the rocky river bottoms and up...  Read More

Best Bang-for-the-Buck All-Terrain Tires

The snow is finally melting, which can only mean one thing - time to go mudding. With the numerous options available, choosing the correct tire for your light truck or SUV can be overwhelming. Should you choose a tire that focuses more on highway driving with some light off-roading, or vice-versa? For starters, what will fit your truck will depend on the...  Read More

Best Replacement Tires for Your Ford F150

According to Ford, the F-150 has been the best-selling truck in the United States for 35 straight years. That is an impressive run! From work truck to lap of luxury, the F-150 has a model for you. The popular four-wheel drive model is typically equipped with a tire size of 265/70R17. However, with upwards of 750,000 vehicles made each year, there are many...  Read More

Best All-Terrain Tires for the Money

Here at Tire Rack, we often encounter customers who are looking for some aggressive tires that perform well on the mud trails, yet won't rattle the teeth off their mouth on the highway. By now you have probably figured that choosing tires involves a certain degree of give and take - you can't have the most grip and high mileage at the same time. Granted,...  Read More

Best Tire Choices for Your Snow Plow Truck

The winter season is upon us and soon we'll be facing snowy driveways and parking lots. After heavy snow, plow truck drivers are tasked with clearing the driveways of residents and parking lots of local businesses. Getting all of the contracted locations plowed can prove a difficult task, so the proper tire can make a significant difference in the time it...  Read More

General Altimax Arctic LT replaced by the General Grabber Arctic LT.

Winter is just around the corner, so now is a good time to think about the condition of your tires. Even if you drive a large, heavy-duty four-wheel drive pickup, tires are very important to making it safely through this upcoming winter season. As mentioned in "Best Heavy-Duty Winter Tires", many drivers of trucks rely on On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires such...  Read More

Best Heavy-Duty Winter Tires

Many drivers of heavy-duty three-quarter-ton and one-ton pickup trucks use On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires like the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 for winter driving. Other simply use standard Highway All-Season tires. While the all-terrain tires will typically outperform their all-season counterparts in snow traction, they are still not as good in winter...  Read More

Eibach Pro-Steering Damper is a Great Upgrade for Jeep Wrangler

Once you've upgraded your wheels and tires on your Jeep, you may find that the stock steering stabilizer doesn't quite cut it anymore. That means it's time for an upgrade!  That's where Eibach comes in. You may already know they make the All-Terrain Lift Kit for Wranglers, but did you know they also make a great aftermarket steering damper? It will fit...  Read More

All-Terrain Tire Options with a Mountain/Snowflake Symbol

If you're heading into the winter season with your truck or SUV and dedicated snow tires are not an option, you would be well suited to take a look at tires in the On-/Off-Road All-Terrain performance category. These tires offer a significant amount more biting edges compared to a traditional Highway All-Season. The best among these types of all-terrains...  Read More

Great Pricing on Original Equipment Jeep Wrangler Tires

The BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM is an Off-Road Maximum Traction tire that's Original Equipment on many late-model Jeep Wranglers, including the Wrangler Rubicon. Due to a large quantity purchase, there's currently a special price on the factory 255/75R17 size.   As an Original Equipment tire, it's well suited to the appearance and off-road performance of...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

This is my 3rd set of tires for my 2011 JK, I just wished I had purchased them sooner!!! These tires are night and day from my 315/70/17 Firestone Destination M/T's.....Quiet sooo Quiet I can talk to my wife on the interstate/highway now...I guess that could go either way! When I had them balanced all of my tires were perfect and needed no weight, I was...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

I just recently installed the BFG KO2's on my 2011 Ford F-150 5.0. So far I pretty much have nothing but good things to say about this tire. I'm pretty easy-going in my driving, so I haven't really push these tires to their limits on or off R so I haven't really push these tires to their limits on or off road. The three immediate differences that I noticed...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Had them on my truck for 5 years, put 95,000 miles on them and getting a new set of them next week   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Radial T/A

Fine on dry roads, but in my Manual 3.0L V6 Ranger I could break them loose everytime unless i took off very slowly. In rain and uphill almost impossible not to spin the tires. I can only imagine how they would do in a performance vehicle.Forget about these as an all season, snow traction was awful in anything but a light dusting. They worked for doing...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar

I purchased these because I had good luck with the Goodyear silent armors Tire shop could not balance after multiple attempts. They tried another four new tires , with the same results. The tire shop tried spin balancing them on the vehicle with no improvement. They took it to another tire shop for balancing and no change. Finally went with different brand,...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental ExtremeContact DW

I drive a 2010 VW CC sport and I've had this tire on my car for 28,000 miles. I bought the VW CC because I wanted a car with a nice balance between sportiness and luxury. I love everything about this tire except for one. This tire feels very precise. The tracking is spot on and there is no wandering. The grip is amazing in both the wet and dry. There is no...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

Truck has 230,000 miles, I have tried some tires. Rudy in TR customer service told me about the new tread design and I was willing to try it( thanks Rudy!!). These tires far surpass the older BFGoodrich design! They earned their mountain snow rating! We just had every kind of weather from dry to rain to warm to cold and icy and these bite! My confidence is...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Assurance CS TripleTred All-Season

Best tires I've ever owned. Most of my driving is highway and city. The tire traction and performance is very good. I do go snow skiing every winter traveling through snow, which most of the roads are plowed otherwise roads are closed. The tire traction performed well in light snow, except ice. Occasionally off-road 4 wheeling through rough terrain towing a...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

I've been buying the BF tires for years. Well, actually two sets which I have depended on for years. On my Dak, they have taken me everywhere any Redneck would need/want/care to go. 20 of snow, we pulled our fools around the farmland on a tube- behind the truck. Heck of a good time! We've done a lot of mudding with them as well, and for how my truck is set...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

OK. BFG. Another winner. I've run the gambit on tires and I always found myself with a set of BFG All Terrain T/A KOs. Wonderful tires, but this KO2. Its another thing entirely. You can run a harsh gravel road at 60 mph and have next to no wear. I've taken my truck through a foot of thick New England mud with ease. You can crash through a snow bank and then...  Read More