Rock Crawling in Utah

Friday, June 25, 2010 by Hunter Leffel
Rock  crawling in Utah with BF Goodrich tiresBFGoodrich and Miller Motorsport Park iin Utah have added an off-road school to their driving school experiences. The school gives you access to a purpose-built, 7-acre playground and modified Jeep Rubicons for hours of fun and learning. I had the privilege of recently attending their one-day, introductory course.

BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 was one of the featured tires. It was developed by combining the best features of two legendary off-road tires, the BFGoodrich Krawler and the original Mud-Terrain T/A KM. The BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM2 at TireRack.comKM2’s heavy-duty sidewall lugs help with grip, particularly when the tire is aired down. In addition, the sidewall rubber is designed to resist cuts, chips and tears. The sidewall cords are up to 33% stronger for additional protection. The tread design has a Linear Flex Zone. This means that when the tire encounters an obstacle, the tread block orientation is designed to envelope that obstacle. This helps the tire overcome the obstacle and provides more traction. JP Magazine named the KM2’s predecessor, the KM, one of the top ten all-time off-road products and it looks like the KM2 is already living up to its namesake

BFGoodrich offers the KM2 in multiple sizes ranging from 15" – 22" rim diameters with up to 42" overall diameters.

After spending a few hours on the Miller Motorsport Park’s playground, we took the Rubicons on the road and into the mountains surrounding Salt Lake City and saw spectacular views and even more impressive tire performance.

View the entire line of BFGoodrich off-road tires.
on the  trail in Jeeps with BF Goodrich tiresview from top of mountain

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