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All Terrain T/A KO

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The Hot Sheet: 33 Off-Road Tires Tested

"...in the sand and on snow-covered pavement, the pattern's interlocking tread elements featuring micro-siping enables a surprising amount of bite and returns ample traction on dirt and rock."

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All-Terrain T/A KO
 
4.5

(based on 1987 reviews)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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          • Wear-Life:
          • Excellent (1005), Very good (605), Good (201), Average (98), Below average (59)
          • Fuel Efficiency:
          • Very good (664), Good (654), Excellent (315), Average (244), Below average (37)
          • Off-Road:
          • Excellent (966), Very good (703), Good (196), Average (53), Below average (17)
          • Braking:
          • Very good (836), Excellent (806), Good (278), Average (52), Below average (6)
          • Comfort:
          • Very good (758), Excellent (750), Good (358), Average (92), Below average (21)

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        4.0

        First set of All-Terrains

        By RRikster

        from USA

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              Comments about All-Terrain T/A KO:

              My first set of BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires on my 2004 Ford F150 pickup are just about done. I have 46K miles on them, which based on these reviews seems low, but the performance of the tires in the snow & mud on dirt roads was fantastic. I will say my gas mileage suffered about 2 mpg less, the ride was poor, but I did not buy these tires for comfort or for gas mileage, they were bought because I live off dirt roads which are poorly maintained in the Winter/Summer (rainy) months. On paved roads, pretty much the same, I 4x4'd often in the Winter, so in the snow and rain, they were just fine, no real slippage. I would buy these again.

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

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              1.0

              BFG Tires keep getting worse

              By MGOlson

              from USA

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                    Comments about All-Terrain T/A KO:

                    I have been putting BFG All Terrain TA/KO tries on my Ford F-350's since 1997. I used to get 45K plus miles out of them (mostly paved roads and ranch work). I have noticed the mileage I get has been going down, and my most recent set lasted only 25K miles. I check pressure regularly and rotate every 5K miles...my driving hasn't changed, but these tires don't last as long as they once did, and now it is to the point that they are not a good value. I won't buy or recommend them. I have purchased my last set of BFG tires!

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

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                    1.0

                    Not worth the price

                    By BJ

                    from USA

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                          Comments about All-Terrain T/A KO:

                          These tires do not hold up to rocks at all. They are pretty good for snow tires but thats about it. They wear quickly, decrease gas milage by about 10%, increase road noise, and blow out easily on rocks. I did not take them on a 4x4 track. The road I had the blowouts on is routinely traveled by passender cars. I even saw a prius go down it with no problems while I was changing the flat.

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

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                          15465LT275/70R18/E 125 R$267
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                          RWL7" - 8.5"11" on 8"33.2627163640@803305@8057.9
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