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Standard Limited Warranty (All BFGoodrich® Tires)
All BFGoodrich® tires have a Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty, which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first. See warranty for details
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Mud-Terrain T/A KM
 
4.2

(based on 416 reviews)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    • Wear-Life:
    • Excellent (133), Very good (124), Good (97), Below average (32), Average (29)
    • Fuel Efficiency:
    • Good (142), Average (128), Very good (72), Excellent (25), Below average (21)
    • Off-Road:
    • Excellent (294), Very good (77), Good (22), Average (11), Below average (3)
    • Braking:
    • Very good (147), Excellent (108), Good (107), Average (44), Below average (5)
    • Comfort:
    • Very good (133), Good (119), Excellent (89), Average (40), Below average (29)

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(6 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Worst tires EVER!

By Mel

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

These tires are sold on most ALL new Jeeps. NO ONE at the dealership said to make sure to rotate them 3-5 thousand miles. I've never rotated tires before 8,000 miles. So whether that is the case or not, I don't know for sure, but my tires only have 10, 000 miles and they are so scalloped/chopped out that I can't even talk to someone in the Jeep because they are so loud. Shame on Jeep for using these. Shame on BF Goodrich for not making these tires better and/or replacing them with something better.

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

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(9 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tires

By Tireguy629

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

These came stock on my 2015 Rubicon.

I am still running on the stock tires and now have 61k on them.

I have put these tires through the paces in snow, gravel, rock, mud and sand and they perform really well. Mostly I drive on pavement so I will get considerably more miles out of mine than someone who mainly drives more off road or on gravel.

Here are some tips for long treadwear on high void or mud tires with large tread blocks.

1) Air Pressure. Make sure to keep all your tires properly inflated as this will cause your tires to prematurely wear out and cause chopping or high and low spots on the tires.

2) Rotation. I know most manufactures recommend rotating every 5-6k but with off road tires you should do this every 3-4k. Doing this more frequently will help the tires run smooth and help prevent cupping and heel toe wear on the tread blocks .

3) Alignment. Make sure to have your vehicle alignment checked per your vehicles maintenance recommendations.

If you don't keep up on these, your tires will start getting irregular wear patterns. Once this starts, short of shaving your tires, it is very difficult to make this stop and not get worse. You will notice increased road noise and vibration.

All tires have a manufacture's warranty on them. Here is a short rundown of what most cover.

Workmanship and materials. This will cover defects in the tire and casing only that would be due to a defect in the manufacturing process and will not cover any road hazards or most wear conditions.

Here is whats usually not covered

-Road Hazzard

Here are a few examples of road hazard conditions.
-puncture. nail, cut, curbing, impact causing an internal break in the liner that would cause a bubble on the outside(tire dealer would need to perform an internal inspection of this.

- Improper wear due to lack of maintenance. Low air pressure, lack of rotation, alignment.

-Rock or gravel chipping.

-Theft, fire, vandalism.

Since these these are off road tires, there is most likely no tread life warranty.

You will also notice that most if not all manufactures have changed the language from tread life warranty to tread life expectancy.

This means that if you follow all to the recommended care guidelines and under normal conditions, you SHOULD be able to get "x" amount of miles from your tires but this is not guaranteed.

This is only a brief rundown. Please consult the tire warranty for whatever brand of tire that you have.

Also note that the new or used car sales person usually does not have an extended knowledge of tires other than they look cool and will not give you a complete rundown on them. Please consult a tire dealer that carries the brand you have installed on your vehicle for more info. If you have a Jeep with BfGoodrich tires, Find a Michelin or BFG dealer to help you answer any questions you might have.

When choosing a vehicle, make sure you take into consideration of what the replacement cost will be on the tires. Most people don't think of this until it's time to replace the tires and get sticker shock.

Tires are a "wear" item. They will require maintenance and wont last forever.

Anyway, I hope this helps when making a decision on buying tires.

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

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(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Lug wear

By Cindy

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

Having the same problem as others. Got the same response about no warranty. Purchased 3 tires as they were the same as came on my Jeep Mountain and I used the spare as my fourth. All the new ones I purchased have the uneven lug wear on the same lug across the tire. The stock tire is fine. I rotated every time I changed oil. I think it was a problem with a run of these tires and they should have been recalled. I have put up with the problem for a year and a half even putting one of the old original tires I kept for a spare back on to make the ride bearable. These tires are expensive and anyone on a budget can't afford to replace after laying out that kind of money for what are supposed to top of the line tires.

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

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86927LT255/75R17/C 111 Q$273
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JEPBSW6.5" - 8.5"10" on 7"32.1649192405@502205@5046.7
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