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50,000 Mile Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty
Commercial T/A® All Season tires carry a 50,000 mile limited warranty in addition to the standard materials and workmanship warranty for treadwear or mileage.
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Commercial T/A All-Season
 
4.0

(based on 122 reviews)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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          • Wear-Life:
          • Excellent (51), Very good (35), Good (15), Average (13), Below average (4)
          • Fuel Efficiency:
          • Very good (36), Excellent (34), Good (31), Average (15)
          • Off-Road:
          • Good (30), Very good (22), Average (18), Excellent (14), Below average (4)
          • Braking:
          • Excellent (44), Very good (42), Good (26), Average (6)
          • Comfort:
          • Excellent (49), Very good (37), Good (25), Average (8)

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        3.0

        Has something changed?

        By JohnfromFL

        from USA

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              Comments about Commercial T/A All-Season:

              Having beeen a loyal BF Goodrich Commercial T/A tire owner, I had this tire on almost everything I drive or haul. In 2005 upon purchasing my new Dodge Ram 3500, I was disappointed that BFG did NOT make this tire in my size. In 2010 when I needed tires I checked again and BFG DOES make my size tire. I jumped immediately and starting purchasing the tire in an LT235x80x17E size. I have had good performance for the last 2.5 years, but at 35K miles on the tires, I had my first belt separation. The tire still had 8/32" tread from the original 15/32". I wrote a review which has not been posted yet, stating I hope this was not a sign of things to come. Michelin contacted me to my surprise as I did not know that Michelin owns BFG. We discussed the tire and application and found that I was doing everything right to make the tires last.

              Now just 1500 miles later, I had another BFG Commercial T/A (That I bought at the same time) just had the same type of belt separation on another tire. Again, no repairs to the tire, appears in good shape, and has 7/32" - 8/32" tread left. I just replaced both tires with the same replacement tire and am hoping that a bad batch may been been turned out, but not holding my breath.

              A recommendation from customer service was to utilize a Michelin XTS M/S2 tire. I may try this next, but have not liked the handling of a Michelin tire on a HD truck in the past. They offered a 500 mile test drive, so I may try.

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

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              4.0

              Has been great in the past.....

              By John from FL

              from USA

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                    Comments about Commercial T/A All-Season:

                    I have used the BF Goodrich Commercial T/As for years. I have had them on 3/4 and 1 ton trucks as well as my gooseneck trailer. Great sidewall stability allowing the trucks to almost drive themselves. Very rugged and most of the time can go the life of the tire without a repair.

                    BFG did not make the size yet for my new Dodge dually so I used a competitor's tire. 7 out of 9 seperated. The first one cost me $1500 in repairs to my truck.

                    I now have BFG on this truck, but have just had my first failure. 3 years and 38K miles later I still have 8/32" tread. I noticed the vibration prior to the tire blowing out, so I saved my truck. I found the typical 6" long bulge for about half of the tire width. During this same trip I had 3 BFG on my trailer blow out, but I contribute this to the age of the tires and the trailer has been sitting for a few years. The tires are 7 years old, but still had 14/32" tread.

                    I hope this is not a sign of the future. I am replacing the seperated tire with another BFG Commercial T/A hoping this was a one time thing. Time will tell!

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

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                    5.0

                    my jeep

                    By bear

                    from USA

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                          Comments about Commercial T/A All-Season:

                          I really like these tires there grip is ok and is great when I shift into 4wd I would recoomend these tires to any one

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

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                          Pricing and Specs (10 part numbers)

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                          part numbersTire Size, Load Index & Speed RatingMSRP $
                          (PER TIRE)
                          67515LT225/75R16/E 115 Q$213
                          89589LT245/75R16/E 120 Q$209
                          52075LT265/75R16/E 123 Q$222
                          42205LT215/85R16/E 115 Q$194
                          45879LT235/85R16/E 120 Q$206
                          36093LT245/70R17/E 119 Q$229
                          82383LT265/70R17/E 121 Q$261
                          49713LT245/75R17/E 121 Q$224
                          98529LT235/80R17/E 120 Q$249
                          22656LT275/70R18/E 125 Q$275
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                          Max Load, Dual
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                          Tire Weight
                          50,000 MileBSW6" - 7"8.8" on 6"29.4707142680@802470@8038.4
                          50,000 MileBSW6.5" - 8"10" on 7"30.6680153042@802778@8043.2
                          50,000 MileBSW7" - 8"10.5" on 7.5"31.4662153415@803085@8047.2
                          50,000 MileBSW5.5" - 7"8.6" on 6"29.9696142680@802470@8037.3
                          50,000 MileBSW6" - 7"9.3" on 6.5"31.4662153042@802778@8042.7
                          50,000 MileBSW6.5" - 8"9.8" on 7"30.6681143000@802755@8044
                          50,000 MileBSW7" - 8.5"10.7" on 8"31.7657143195@802910@8048.3
                          50,000 MileBSW6.5" - 7.5"9.8" on 7"31.5660153195@802910@8045.4
                          50,000 MileBSW6" - 7.5"9.3" on 6.5"31.8654153085@802835@8044.6
                          50,000 MileBSW7" - 8.5"11" on 8"33.2627143640@803305@8052.4
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