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Mud-Terrain T/A KM
 
4.2

(based on 415 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 (31), Average (29)
    • Fuel Efficiency:
    • Good (142), Average (127), 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 (4)
    • Comfort:
    • Very good (133), Good (119), Excellent (89), Average (40), Below average (28)

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5.0

Excellent Tires

By ABAB

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

These are great, durable tires. I put 30,000 miles on them in one year and they hardly wore down at all. I got them tall and skinny - as I recall, 235 85 R16 or something like that. I drove thousands of miles of primitive tracks while hunting in Montana. I encountered every rough road condition imaginable, including a lot of sharp, broken and cobbled limestone and shale. I never got a flat. I was able to climb snowed-in backcountry roads that my friends could not, even though I had no locking rear diff. It's true that they don't do well on packed icy surfaces (like plowed highways and city streets). So I had them siped (for $25 each) and it made a world of difference...I could stop and start and turn on a dime even on the iciest, most glazed-over surfaces. And they still didn't wear down as I put another 20,000 miles on them after I had them siped. They were quiet and comfortable on the highway, though they did reduce fuel efficiency a little bit. But you don't buy these tires for maximum fuel efficiency. If you want superb off-road / rough-road / winter conditions tires (once siped), that handle the highway with ease, get these tires.

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

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3.0

Great in Mud, stink in snow

By DNunyas

from USA

Comments about Mud-Terrain T/A KM:

Stock on Jeep Wrangler Willys. the description says good for "light" snow. Well maybe 1/2" but anything over than not so good. No siping for wet roads, spinning tires all the time, and yes light foot take offs. Had to replace them with non M/Ts. Really stunk because I liked them.

  • Wear-Life:
  • Good
  • Off-Road:
  • Excellent
  • Braking:
  • Good
  • Comfort:
  • Good

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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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JEPBSW6.5" - 8.5"10" on 7"32.1649192405@502205@5046.7
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