A Few of Tire Rack's Best On-/Off-Road All-Terrain Tires

Are you looking to get a little mud on the tires? Want to take your truck off-road? Do you need some better traction on those trails? Or maybe you just want a more aggressive looking tire. If any of these scenarios sound like something you've been looking for, Tire Rack has you covered with a wide range of On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires.

First and foremost, the most popular all-terrain tire in the category and considered the standard by many, is the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO. This tire has been on the market for many years, but still continues to impress. It features a unique and aggressive tread design, along with innovative siping to provide traction and handling without generating excessive noise. The tire will help you plow through dirt and sand with ease.

Another great tire in the category is the Firestone Destination A/T. This tire is designed to get you to your off-road destination. Whether it's that hunting spot or that camping site, the Destination A/T will give you total confidence in most conditions, including snow. With over 24 million miles reported, customers enjoy many features of this tire, including ride comfort, steering response and dry traction. Drivers enjoy the tire so much that it's currently the top-ranked tire in our Tire Survey Results.

Another highly rated tire in the On-/Off-Road All-Terrain performance category is the Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor. As the name entails, the tire will get you almost anywhere while providing a quiet and comfortable ride. Wrangler Silent Armor tires are branded with the mountain/snowflake symbol to identify they meet the industry's severe snow service standards.

BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO
BFGoodrich All-Terrain
Firestone Destination AT
Firestone Destination
Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor
Goodyear Wrangler

As all three options are favorites among our customers, take a look at what some of them are saying about their experience with the tires:

"Love this tire! Gets me everywhere I want to go. Totally satisfied and will buy these again and again. I love to climb the hills that most say are too tough. I smile all the way up and back down. Thumbs up on this tire!  It even has the extreme weather stamp. What more could a person ask for?" -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 1994 Toyota 4Runner 4wd (BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO)

"I racked up 54,000 smooth, quiet trouble free miles in all kinds of Michigan weather. This tire has been extremely quiet and it's just aggressive enough to satisfy the casual sportsman. These were great for driving to and from work. Then when things turned rough late in season, these tires glued me to the road, displaying incredible traction in rain, snow and ice. I just replaced them with a fresh set!" -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2003 Dodge Durango 4WD (Firestone Destination A/T)

"This tire has exceeded my expectations. I live in an area that is the last to be snow plowed and have never had a worry if I was going to get stuck. Mud? No problem, I get to my hunting ground easily. On the highway they handle the rain very well." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2008 Chevrolet Colorado LT Extended Cab 4wd Z71 Off-Road Package (Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor)


Thursday, March 21, 2013 by Roger Hale

I have a stock 2003 GMC Duramax. I'm looking at replacing the stock tires(LT245/75 R16-load range E) I would like an equal heavy duty tire, but I would like to increase tire size, without any type of lift. How big of tire is safe to go without rubbing.
Friday, March 22, 2013 by Steve

Hi Roger,
The stock wheel is only 6.5 inches wide, so you are using the largest size now, that will fit on the rim. If you were to go to a wider rim, you could use size 265-75-16 without any problem.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014 by Rodney Massey

I have a 2011 Ram 1500 SLT 4x4 and I would like to put a bigger tire on it. It has 265/70/17 on it now.
Monday, February 9, 2015 by jim

I have a 2010 gmc Sierra with 265 70 17 stock tires was wanting to get largest tire . Considering plus sizing 1 and running 265 65 18 if can not go larger. Any suggestions for me?
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by Tire Rack Team

Jim, In a LRR 235/45R17 for the Volvo S60 T5, the quietest recommendations would be either the Continental Pure Contact or the Pirelli Cinturato P7AS Plus. -- Tanner@tirerack.com
Monday, February 23, 2015 by TOM

can i run 265/75/17 on the same rims running 265/70/17
Thursday, February 26, 2015 by Tire Rack Team

Tom, Possibly, however we do not show that any 265/75R17 tires are currently manufactured. What kind of vehicle is this set-up for? -- marshall@tirerack.com
Saturday, March 12, 2016 by Jeff

I have a 2007 Ford F150 XLT 4X4 SuperCab. Current tires are P235/75R17, which look ridiculously small on the truck. What is the largest size tire I can go up to without adding a lift kit or levelling, that will not rub? I have read on many forums of guys putting 285/70R17s with no rubbing issues.
Monday, March 14, 2016 by Tire Rack Team

Jeff, Though it may work, the 285/70R17 is a bit larger than anything we can guarantee would fit without rubbing under full suspension compression. The largest we guarantee is a 265/70R17. -- sonny@tirerack.com
Friday, May 6, 2016 by Steve

I have a 1973 Ford F-100. The tire size is currrently 235/75R15. I would like to get a "sturdy" light truck tire that can handle relatively light hauling, but has reasonable grip on snow and ice. What tire do you recommend, and how large can I go on the existing rims?
Monday, May 9, 2016 by Tire Rack Team

Steve, Unfortunately we have not had a 1973 F-100 in to measure up for tire fitments so we do not have any info on larger sizes. In 235/75R15 we would recommend the Firestone Destination A/T in a C Load Range: http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Firestone&tireModel=Destination+A%2FT&partnum=375R5DESTATOWL&vehicleSearch=false&fromCompare1=yes&affiliate=GF3
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by Dan

Would a 275/65/20 fit a Stock 2013 Ford F150 4x4 without a lift/level kit? I want to replace the Stock 275/55/20 Pirelli's but I don't want to scrub.
Monday, December 5, 2016 by Tire Rack Team

Dan, The 65 series would be too tall for the front of a stock suspension truck unfortunately.

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