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Mud-Terrain T/A KM
 
4.2

(based on 410 reviews)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    • Wear-Life:
    • Excellent (131), Very good (124), Good (96), Average (29), Below average (29)
    • Fuel Efficiency:
    • Good (141), Average (125), Very good (72), Excellent (25), Below average (20)
    • Off-Road:
    • Excellent (291), Very good (77), Good (21), Average (11), Below average (3)
    • Braking:
    • Very good (147), Excellent (107), Good (105), Average (42), Below average (4)
    • Comfort:
    • Very good (132), Good (117), Excellent (89), Average (40), Below average (26)

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Mixed Batch

By mchassler

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

These tires came standard on my 2014 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited 'X' edition (now called Hard Rock edition).

I rotated them with each oil change (7,500-miles) and kept them inflated at 37psi per Jeep's instruction.

Right around 21,500-miles I noticed had a very bad vehicle vibration; driveline and steering (no lift, stock suspension).

Took it in and my local Jeep dealership said I needed new tires... the rears were marginal but the fronts were horrendous. Some of the worst cupping they had ever seen with such low milage.

What makes this more odd is that at my last oil change/rotation (15,000-miles) everything looked great... not sure what happened between Sep 2015 and April 2016.

After seeing poor reviews for cupping and excessive wear around 20,000-miles and then excellent reviews where people have traveled over 50,000-miles I'm thinking these tires are a mix of good and bad and that my Jeep rec'd a bad batch.

I've ran lots of BFGs in the past, unfortunately, the unknown on these was enough for me to replace all five with another brand recommended by my dealership.

  • Wear-Life:
  • Below Average
  • Fuel Efficiency:
  • N/A
  • Off-Road:
  • Good
  • Braking:
  • Average
  • Comfort:
  • Average

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1.0

Very disappointed with these tires

By Kent

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

2015 Jeep Wrangler JK with no off-road and 28k miles. Rotate tires as recommend. Tires started making noise like riding on washboard road around 15k. Very loud and rhythmic. Rotation helps briefly. Seems to be 3 of 5 tires are affected so no combo of rotation gets entirely void of the noise. Jeep Retailer and a tire shop both say Jeep is aligned, tires are balanced, and tires are inflated properly. This is making driving my dream vehicle unenjoyable.

  • Wear-Life:
  • Below Average
  • Fuel Efficiency:
  • Average
  • Off-Road:
  • N/A
  • Braking:
  • Average
  • Comfort:
  • Below Average

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(7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tire

By jlzingg

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

The BFG Mud Terrain TA KM came stock on both of my Rubicons (2010/2013). Had the set replaced on the first one after two years and their life ended in a head on collision. My 2013 Rubicon still has the original set after 67,000 miles and has about 1/4 inch of tread left. Moderate off-road/mud use when going camping or fishing, and two years of northern VA snow, majority of use is I-95 in Virginia. As winter seems to be over for 2016, I believe they will make it through this summer and I plan on replacing them this fall, as I don't plan on hitting any serious trails or mud with the current 1/4 inch of tread, otherwise I would replace them now, they just won't make it through another winter adequately with the tread they have left on them.

As for all of the negative reviews about wear and cupping-I'm not sure of those individual's driving habits or mechanical skills, cornering speeds, braking habits or other driving habits that affect tires, but I rotate just 4 tires every oil change (with synthetic oil about 7000 miles), monitor tire pressure and alignment, and I do experience some cupping with the front tires but it evens out mostly after I rotate.

Also, if you drive a Jeep or other engineered off-road vehicle with these Mud-Terrains (key word mud-terrains) you should keep in mind that it is an off road tire! Your driving habits, or should I say BAD driving habits will affect tire life and wear. It is not an Aquatread tire therefore based upon your braking habits when pavement is wet or during rainfall, you may or may not slide or hydroplane. I have had ZERO negative issues with either of the three sets that I have used, I hope these are NEVER discontinued because after 67,000 miles and still 1/4 inch of tread left, I don't think they can be beat. And yes, after 22 years of being in the transportation field, I know how to drive in all weather conditions. If pavement is wet, you can't break and stop the same way you do when the pavement is dry. Bottom line, I own a Jeep Rubicon and drive it like a Jeep Rubicon, not a minivan, so if you are a sensible driver, you CANNOT go wrong with this tire.

  • Wear-Life:
  • Excellent
  • Fuel Efficiency:
  • Excellent
  • Off-Road:
  • Excellent
  • Braking:
  • Excellent
  • Comfort:
  • Excellent

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