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All-Season Tire
  • Raised White Letter
  • Classic Appearance
  • Excellent Wet & Dry Performance
  • Standard Limited Warranty: 6 years
BFGoodrich®

Radial T/A®

Radial T/A® is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 119.
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Standard Limited Warranty

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.

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Available Versions for Radial T/A®

Tire Size
Part Number
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RIM Size
13"
P205/60R13 86S
54986
RIM Size
14"
P205/70R14 93S
23353
P215/60R14 91S
87370
P215/70R14 96S
13823
P225/60R14 94S
03769
P225/70R14 98S
78138
P235/60R14 96S
38765
P245/60R14 98S
87449
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15"
P155/80R15 83S
06462
P195/60R15 87S
96408
P205/60R15 90S
94684
P215/60R15 93S
35841
P215/65R15 95S
15015
P215/70R15 97S
94777
P225/60R15 95S
10971
P225/70R15 100S
72175
P235/60R15 98S
19922
P235/70R15 102S
58935
P245/60R15 100S
99620
P255/60R15 102S
29893
P255/70R15 108S
07685
P275/60R15 107S
61789
P295/50R15 105S
12707

Ratings & Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I needed! BLACK LETTERS OUT! 69 1/2 440 "Six Pack" Super Bee". Car was built with plain steel wheels, chromed lug nuts & Redlines. Its a wide car that SMOKES any tire you put on it. Well? These DO "Hook Up" much better than ANY brand Ive ever used. Yes I can still "spin" them, but thats NOT what I needed. Ezcellent tires. 295/50-15's No 100% Satisfied! MoPar or NoCar!
Date published: 2020-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Brown raised letters? Purchased two sets of the tires for my 1966 and 1987 mustangs. What an embarrassment. The letters are supposed to be white. I tried every possible cleaner and nothing will get them white. Both sets of tires are like that. If I could take them back I would. I have advised all my car club friends to stay away from these poor quality tires
Date published: 2020-07-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good Enough Ride, Brown White Letters Defeat the Purpos I'm now on my 3rd set of BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires in 2 years due to the white letters turning brown on each set. At this point I just want my money back as I'm sick of taking the car to the tire shop and having them exchanged. Spent in the neighborhood of 800 dollars for white letter tires for my classic car and I'm not happy. These should have never made it past quality control. The shocking thing is this has been a problem for YEARS now. Contrary to what Customer Service tells you, the problem has NOT been corrected.
Date published: 2020-07-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Browning Issue Update I wrote a review about a year ago. Still having browning issues with the tires. Contacted BFG for another case number. My tire dealer talked to them and the best they will do is me paying 30% to replace this set. Based on the continuing negative reviews on these tires and the advise from my dealer, I will just try to clean them the best I can. I use a product called Spray Nine which is a degreaser. Wet a small portion of a towel and rub the letters only. It does clean them up , for a while. The browning does return. I hate to do it but I may have to turn the black wall out. I can’t believe BFG continues to sell a tire that has this problem.
Date published: 2020-07-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Handles good. Letters are brown Literally the second weekend I've had my car out since the tires have been put on. (Put on About a month ago) and the letters are brown. Should of just stuck with Cooper tires, didn't have any issues from their white letters. Hope you all read this and get ahold of me. I want a refund. Absolutely unacceptable for the money I spent on those tires
Date published: 2020-06-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Browning new tires I had a BF good rich tires installed and within two days they were turning brown. I was told to clean them with dish soap and water which I have done numerous times now and the brown comes back almost immediately. Tires are just under a month old and look like they’ve been on the car for 10 years. Trying to go through BJ’s first where I purchased the tires and see where that takes me. But I hope all you tire buyers are aware it seems to be a problem with BF good rich tires
Date published: 2020-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from White letters are still not white I just bought new T/A Radials to replace my 10 year old ones and disappointed in the lettering. One is kind of white, another is just a brown, tar color that doesn't come clean. In the past, the came with that blue coating that protected them until you washed them off with soapy water. Now, no such luck. Tire is still good, just have to run the black side out.
Date published: 2020-06-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Brown letters I agree with the other reviews, the white letters will turn brown, and you can not get them white again, very disappointed, with that, other wise they ride nice, if you can stand the brown letters, thinking of trying to find a way to paint them white again
Date published: 2020-06-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Raised Brown letter tires I bought 4 new BF Goodrich Radial TA's for my rotisserie restored 68 Camaro in 2015. The car is garaged 100% of the time, never once seen rain or even a wet road. I have now only put 8000 miles on it since the restoration. The letters will not come clean no matter what I do. It is an embarrassment at any car show when you hear things like " beautiful car, you would think the owner would take the time to clean the tires" I have ran TA radials on the car for decades as i have always liked the tires but I guess it's time to find another brand.
Date published: 2020-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Value for the money I bought 4 new tires for my 1971 Corvette almost a year ago to pass state annual inspection. I have just read the browning challenges and I empathize with anyone’s discontent. I have had consumer let down on other products but I have had no issues with my BF Goodrich RWL purchase. I wish all well during these challenging times.
Date published: 2020-06-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Don't like the Brown Letters I bought a set of 4 and put them on my 1970 Cutlass Supreme Convertable at NTB, 6035 FM 1488 Rd, Magnolia Texas Jan 6 2020, took it home and took the blue off (when did dealers stop doing this?) put the car in the shop for a monyh and when I got it out the letters on the left front had turned partially brown. After discussing on line with the Oldsmobile Cutlass group I found this was a common problem and nothing you do can make them white again. Some reported they got their brown tires replaced, no such luck for me. I personally tried several different cleaners, even ordered some on line, none worked. I went back to NTB and the manager there told me they would have to special order a new one and would call me when it got in. Fast forward till now, never heard from them, letters are still brown and I'm very disappointed. I have to date recommended several Olds Cutlass members to buy Cooper RWL tires instead of the BF Goodrich because they turn brown, When I show my car I will have a poster by the tire with brown letters explaining the situation and the fact that NTB in Magnolia, Texas and BF Goodrich won't stand behind their product.
Date published: 2020-06-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Can I paint my BFG T/A letters white ? 72 Pontiac GTO 455 HO looks great, runs great and has brown T/A Letters. I am 70 and know how to clean tires. Can’t do it ,
Date published: 2020-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Raised Brown Letters? What’s goin on here? I am in the market for some new shows on my 1970 Chevelle SS Convertible. I was seconds away from pulling the trigger thru Summit Racing. After ready no these posts about brown letters, I think I will look at other tire suppliers. Thanks for the heads up everyone!
Date published: 2020-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Classic Camaro with brown raised letters After many years of service It was time for new BFG's with the raised white letters. After purchasing the new BF Goodrich TA tires I cleaned them up and noticed that they didn't come clean as I have been accustomed to. After a short drive I noticed the white letters were turning Brown. I decided to clean the tires once again only to get the same results. After several extensive cleanings the raised white letters turn brownish within the same day! I'm going to reach out to BFG. I can't drive this car with brownish letters.
Date published: 2020-05-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from BROWN letters. And you never get them clean. Trusted reviews on here. Your tires will come blue oh, you will never be able to get the blue completely off, and then they will turn brown. It's just a flat-out fact BF Goodrich will not be able to do anything to help you, they will say it is normal, and I'm only leaving this review to add to the growing number of complaints regarding this. Do not buy this tire if unless you are ok with brown lettering.
Date published: 2020-05-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Raised Brown Letter Tires I've tried everything to clean the raised white letter tires on my 1970 Monte Carlo. No luck. Tires have less than 2000 miles on them.ive had to resort to painting the lettering. Cant have a show car with brown letter tires. Gonna have to go with another manufacturer.
Date published: 2020-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Constantly turning brown Bought a full set for my 1965 Mustang just about a year ago. I drive less than 500 miles a year. The car is always garaged. The tires (particularly the raised white letters) turn brown in less than a week after cleaning. Very disappointed. I would like some kind of restitution.
Date published: 2020-04-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from RWL should be RBL! Who wants Raised Brown Letter tires? BF Goodrich has always been one of my favorite tire brands, but I guess all good things must come to an end. I purchased a new set of BFG Radial T/As for my '77 Trans Am, and even when they were first installed the letters didn't seem to look quite white. I ignored it thinking they just need a good cleaning. I cleaned them and got them looking a little whiter, and then put the car into storage. However, the next time I got the car out the letters were noticeably dingy and looked brown. As first I thought maybe it was just my eyes, or maybe I wasn't using the right product on the tires. I finally took the car to have it professionally detailed, and even they couldn't make the letters look white! Then I did a Google search and found that many other people were having the exact same issue. I took the car back to where I purchased the tires and they told me some mumbo jumbo about how this is supposed to be normal. Normal?! I know what white looks like. I also know that the letters on all the BFGs I purchased in previous years had white letters, NOT BROWN!!! They offered me 30% off a replacement set. I have less than 1000 miles on the tires I already purchased. Thanks, but no thanks. I take my money and purchase a different brand. They may not be as iconic as BFGs, but at least the letters will be white the way they're supposed to be!
Date published: 2020-04-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Raised letters look awful I bought these tires for a recently restored 1968 Mustang convertible that I’ve owned for nearly 40 years. I’ve tried everything to keep the raised white looking white, nothing lasts, they ooze brown. Even the black looks brown stained. The car is kept in the garage only driven on sunny days with dry roads. I owned these back in the day and never had this issue. Given all the complaints you really should come up with a solution and some assistance. Thank you.
Date published: 2020-03-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Raised Brown Letter Tires I just finished restoring my 1970 Chevelle SS396 and I was excited about getting my new BFG White letter T/A's. After installing the NOT- white letters, the dealer said the letters would probably scrub white. NOTHING works! Not even Comet and a scrub brush, which I used on all my other vehicles! They are embarrassing at car shows.
Date published: 2020-02-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mustang coupe I order there tires and rims as a package from CJ Pony in 2015 that have about 1000. Miles on them. The raised white letters have turned brown. Does the warranty cover this known defect?
Date published: 2020-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Letters are brown - BROWN As everyone else here - raised whites are brown - tried everything - EVERYTHING, poor quality control - bad re-designed in the manufacturing process and even worse poor customer service. looking for a new raised white performance tires
Date published: 2020-01-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Brown letters Just bought 4 BFG ta for my 78 Corvette. What a disappointment ..three of the tires have brown lettering... gonna buy Cooper cobra next time. Have them on my 94 stepside Chevy and they look great... Sorry BFG. And they're half the price.
Date published: 2020-01-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dont Buy BFGoodrich Tires make my car look terrible! Who wants raised brown letters?
Date published: 2020-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Raised Brown Letters I have owned several sets of BFG Radial TA's throughout the years and had nothing but praise for them. Until now, that is. My latest set seemed different from the day I bought them. The blue protective coating seemed nearly impossible to remove. Then, the white letters just didn't seem to come clean. These tires are on a collector car that stays safely stored in a garage and only gets driven to car shows and cruises. However, after being stored away, the lettering is now stained brown. Also, the black sidewalls are discolored as well. They seem to be oozing some sort of solvent. I've tried every type of cleaner and scrubbing method to no avail. So BFG, what gives? None of the previous versions I've purchased have had this problem. Just a quick search on the internet shows that this is a widespread problem with these tires. The irony of this issue is this. Consumers who buy these particular tires are classic car enthusiasts who take great pride in every detail of their cars. They want to take them to shows and cruises and present them as works of art. Frankly, I'm embarrassed to take my car anywhere with my BF (Brown Font) Goodrich Radial TA's on it. Other enthusiasts look at me in disgust as if I couldn't take 5 minutes to clean my tires! So my question to you is, "How can you market a specialty tire to a certain target group, yet your tire no longer meets that groups need? BTW, I paid much more for this set of BFG's than I did for any previous sets I've owned, yet I've got an inferior product. Is Goodrich doing anything to address this problem or accommodate customers, or would you prefer that loyalists like myself look to other tire manufacturers?
Date published: 2019-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Check tire size to see if it matches correct hight I bought these tires a few years age while working on my 1969 camaro SS. Now I have it together and driving it, I could not get the speed-o-meter to reed the same as my gps. We kept checking gear ratios but they kept adding up to the correct Speedo gear. So finally we checked tire size, the Goodrich 235/60r15’s are not 26.1 inches tall, they are only a little over 25 inches mounted and with 32 pounds of air on the original Chevy 7.5 rims.
Date published: 2019-12-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Brown Letters I bought a set of Radial T/As for my show car. The White letters do not stay White! After cleaning them as directed by my tire supplier, They still turned Brown! B F Goodrich is not been very good about taking care of this! I have spent Alot of money for these tires and I am very Disappointed by the customer service I am receiving from BF Goodrich! They know it's a problem and they are very slow to do anything!
Date published: 2019-12-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Raised Brown Letters? I bought these T/As because I always had them on my cars when I was young. I bought a 71 Corvette, paid 40,000.00 for it. First thing was take the Goodyears off and put on the BFGs. Scrub the letters all you want, use any cleaner out there and within 48 hours, just sitting in the garage they turn brown. BFG will not do a thing period. Next spring they are coming off and Cooper Cobras are going on. Anyone want to buy a set cheap?
Date published: 2019-10-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Brown Letters The raised white letters begin to turn brown within hours of cleaning. The tires are less than a year old and have about 300 miles on them. This has been an issue since day one. I like the look and performance of these tires on my classic car, but the hassle of trying to keep them white isn't worth it. What recourse does BF Goodrich offer? Most of the complaints on this website are about this issue.
Date published: 2019-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Quality I have hard spots and out of round issues with my tires. I need to replace and not sure if I should replace with these tires or go with another brand. I just talked to friend of mine and he had three bad TA over the last year and a half. Any recommendations
Date published: 2019-09-04
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