BF Goodrich 215/60R14 Tire, Radial T/A - 87370

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  • BF Goodrich Tires | Part Number: BFG87370
  • Aspect Ratio:60
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Style:Rugged Trail
  • Tire Height:Under 30
  • Section Width:215
  • Availability:In Stock
  • Tire Width:8.5
  • Tread Type:All Terrain
  • Rim Diameter:14 Inches
  • Tire Size:215/60R14


BFG Radial T/A Hot Rod Tires. Icon All Weather Tire that is an American performance icon. Wide profile styling for modern muscle. Raised white letter and wide profile styling. Superb lateral stability and steering response. Classic look with modern technology. Nearly 40 years of real racing heritage and technology. North Americas first performance radial tire. High performance with low noise levels. Unique tread block phasing. Exceptional wet and dry traction and control, with long, even wear. Variable groove angle geometry and performance tread compounding.

Customer Reviews

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403 Customer ratings
5.0 Record Wear

I have a F350 King Ranch Dually and have 138,400 Miles on my original factory BF Goodrich 17" tires, they have never been off the truck to date, and still going. Never rotated, never anything done to them except 1 plug from a nail hole. Maybe have 5,000 miles life left then time for new ones.

Response From That's awesome, Rick! Thanks for sharing the love! -
5.0 Great all around truck tire

I am starting my 8th set of these tires that I have had on my 2 3/4 TN Ram trucks. 100,000 miles / set. Great load range E tires that ride smooth on the pavement and still perform well in all weather conditions, as well on gravel roads. I hope they never discontinue this tire!

Response From Thanks for the awesome review, Swakman, and thanks for your commitment to BFGoodrich tires! -
5.0 Great tread life on a dually

I’m on my second set of these for my 2017 F350 DRW. These replaced the factory tires that were underwhelming to say the least. The steers lasted about 70k miles, and the drives gave nearly 85k miles. The truck spends 90%+ of its life with a 20k lb. gooseneck trailer hooked to the back of it, much of that off paved roads, and some of the off road is severe. I have about 30k on the second set of steers and about 15k on the drives, and they’re wearing great.

Response From Thanks for the awesome review, Johndeaux22! We appreciate you! -
5.0 Great Tires

I'm on my third set of BFG 'Rugged Trail' tires on my '06 Toyota Tacoma with 170K miles accumulated to date. I really like these tires. I average 60K - 65K miles per set of tires.

Response From Awesome, Ed! Thanks for sharing! -
5.0 Great looking tires

These tires came on my used 2002 Sequoia. They were manufactured in 2008. 11 years ago. Still have usable tread but starting to dry rot a little in between the tread. When the time comes, I’ll definitely consider another set of these although they’re hard to find locally. I have put about 20,000 miles on them since I got the vehicle and have had no issues in rain. Have taken several road trips and they don’t make a lot of noise considering the 275/65/18 size. Very wide tires. Love the way they look.

Response From Thanks for sharing the love, D91ice! -
5.0 BEST

Have a 2013 Tacoma. 125K miles just now getting my third set. Plus 60K on each set is hard to beat. Only trouble I have is finding them.

Response From Thanks for the review and your commitment to Rugged Trail T/A tires, Rick C! -
5.0 Must have hit the lottery with my Rugged Trail T/A

I have read a lot of reviews on the Rugged Trail T/A tires, and to say the reviews are mixed is an understatement. To the point that I must have hit the lottery with the OEM tires that came on my F150 with HDPP. The size of my OEM tires is LT245/75R17 LRE. Apparently, these tires come in two different tread designs, but the design on mine is the "dog bone" design that the KO2's come in. I just ordered a set of KO2's to replace the OEM Rugged Trail's on my truck. I have 71,250 miles currently on my truck.

Response From Thanks for the awesome review, AtleeH! -

My F250 came with these tires and they have been good to me for 4 years and 54,000 miles. I'm shopping for exact replacements because I liked the way they wore and rode. There is still a lot of tread left but they are aging out and I need a dependable tire because I tow a 8000 lb travel trailer. They don't seem to get very good traction on anything other than a solid surface with my long 4x2 truck. I don't use my truck for off road use.

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BFGoodrich has been in business for nearly 150 years and when the company patented its tread design for truck tires, it couldn't have foreseen how popular it would grow to be. Their reputation for using race-proven technology and extensive real-world testing makes BFGoodrich a household name in the 4x4 world. The brand is synonymous with performance, quality and durability and whether you're out on the trail or cruising the backroads, your Jeep depends on its tires. Categories range from All-Terrain to Mud-Terrain to Baja and we carry all of them and more. Shop BF Goodrich Tires Now


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