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Mud-Terrain T/A KM
 
4.2

(based on 411 reviews)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    • Wear-Life:
    • Excellent (131), Very good (124), Good (97), Average (29), Below average (29)
    • Fuel Efficiency:
    • Good (141), Average (125), Very good (72), Excellent (25), Below average (20)
    • Off-Road:
    • Excellent (292), Very good (77), Good (21), Average (11), Below average (3)
    • Braking:
    • Very good (147), Excellent (107), Good (106), Average (42), Below average (4)
    • Comfort:
    • Very good (132), Good (118), Excellent (89), Average (40), Below average (26)

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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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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hard to beat!!!

By Trl R8d

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

I have driven all over the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, specifically the San Juan range in the Silverton, Telluride, Ouray, Lake City area on multiple occasions, the trails of Moab Utah, crossed the Sand Dunes, been all through the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota, done countless Forest Service, dirt, and gravel backroads of the Midwest, and driven tens of thousands of miles of pavement in between, all on the SAME set of these tires without a single issue!

For those not familiar, this includes about everything you could possibly put a tire through including various types of rock, sand, dirt, mud, sticks, brush, tree limbs, logs, water crossings, snow, ice, rain, high altitude, low altitude, extreme heat, cold, and of course A LOT of pavement conditions...and I've never been stuck, stranded, slid out, hydroplaned, or any of the other crazy things claimed by other reviewers...not even a flat!

Mine have not cupped or worn uneven because I keep them properly inflated on the pavement, properly aired down off road, do a proper 5 tire rotation every 5k miles, and keep them properly road force balanced. They have served me so well that i kept them when I traded my 08 Jeep Wrangler in on a 14 model and am currently TRYING to wear them out because they are getting too aged. It will be a sad day when I have to finally remove them because they have taken me soooo many places and provided priceless fun! Not to worry though because I have another set already waiting to take over where these leave off!

I have had multiple other mud and all terrain tires over the years and these have to be one of the best combination of quiet road worthy and aggressive off road tires you can get. As far as I'm concerned, this is the tire that should say "all terrain" on the side of it from BFG. To be fair, the only thing that could make it better would be if the tread was siped for improved hard pack snow and ice conditions, other than that, don't change a thing!

I truely believe that if you made these tires in larger sizes to satisfy all the "mall-crawler" types out there, you would see less negative reviews which I honestly think come from people just looking to "justify" getting rid of these for huge, unnecessarily large "cooler looking" tires.

I highly recommend these to anyone that needs a aggressive off road tire that still has street manners unless you are into extreme buggy type off roading and that is only because they are not made in larger sizes. Period!

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

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(1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Terrible Tire Wear @20,000 miles

By Matt

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

On my Jeep Rubicon I have the 255/75 R17 BF Goodrich Mud Tires. Terrible wear. The Front tires nearly loss most tread, both lugs wearing unevenly with bad steering.

I have the choice of replacing the two front tires, or all four tires, probably in a different brand.

I have had five jeeps, two of them with mud BF Goodrich tires, three with BF Goodrich AT's with great experiences. But never have I seen a problem tire like what I have now. Very unfortunate.

  • Wear-Life:
  • Below Average
  • Fuel Efficiency:
  • Below Average
  • Off-Road:
  • Very Good
  • 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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