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|BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.86|
2009 Toyota Tundra Regular Cab
|Miles driven on tires:||1,000|
Initial Review, 1,000 Miles on Tires
I haven't had these tires too long, and not in snow yet, but they're designed for mud and snow, so I'm not concerned. The great news is they drive GREAT on the Tundra. I had the OEM tires from Michelin before this and cornering was awful, plus tire grip even on dry pavement was not good. The ride was uncomfortable. The BF Goodrich are 180 degrees from there. The ride is VERY comfortable, it handles corners like a champ with terrific confidence. A little more noise, to be expected from a more aggressive tread, but the Tundra is real quiet inside anyway. An overall GREAT tire, I wish I had switched months ago. My truck is now fun to drive, reminds me of my old Tacoma 4x4 with big bouncy tires, except I have 381HP and more cabin space. ;-)