The BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 Tire has incredible sidewall strength with a three-ply polyester carcass that delivers stiffer tread area for more precise steering response, better cornering control, excellent puncture and exceptional bruise resistance. Designed to last and built to improve stress distribution, tread life and resistance to irregular wear. Maximum all-terrain traction with a dual-compound tread and ShoulderLock technology and 40 percent wider shoulder grooves help provide increased traction and control in aired-down driving situations. This tire has a bold look that transforms the appearance of any vehicle. Aggressive, high-void all-terrain tread design with a choice of distinctive raised white letters or black outline sidewall styling.
Ridiculous tread life - 15k but 19 years later and looks brand new. Feel bad replacing with so much tread remaining (14/32+), but 16 year daughter taking over wife's original YJ. The new T/A KO2 are sized up from 215 to 235/75 on Jeep 15" rims and brings new life to stock height, hard-top Wrangler. Great memories of Central Oregon trails with gen 1 T/A KOs, looking forward to new memories with KO2s.
By 1993 Jeep YJ
I bought these tires because Michigan roads have so many pot holes. I had a set of goodyear tires and i hit a pothole and broke the belt on the tire. I decided to buy the bfgoodrich ko2s and they are handling these crap michigan roads like a champ.
5.0BFG KO2s saved my life TWICE
1st of all they're a pretty tire... but it's one thing to have the truck on jack stands and it falls on the wheels with KO2s on them preventing the truck from completely crushing me
5.0A great Tire and will run longer than most other tires.
Have a new set on my Ford Excursion after the old ones were 13 year old and still had plenty of tread after 40,000 miles. The old ones still looked great after the mileage. Just bought another set today for my F-150 before winter roles in. They produce a little more road noise than convential tires but you will really enjoy them in the winter.
Bought 1st set of tires at 50,400 Miles for my 2011 F250 May 2014. Bought 2nd set at 138,228 Miles Dec 2017. Bough 3rd set with 218,124 Aug 2020 That is Avg of 80,000 Miles on for a 50,000 Mile tires. Proves that proper inflation and rotation of tires make them last. Plus BF Goodrich make one heck of a tire!!!!!!
4.0First time BF Goodrich buyer so we will see
I'm not going to lie i love the look i do drive a. lot of road miles and the reviews worry me a bit. But I'm one to read between the lines. I see BF Goodrich responds to reviews so I'm hoping i get a good set and we will see.
I was looking for a wear rating because of the shops website I'm getting them from didn't show a milage rating.
I normally buy a different brand and they are rated 5K more miles but not as aggressive looking and not a 10 ply.
Giving them a shot will hopefully update with a great experience
THE WEBSITE REFUSED TO SELL THE TIRES TO MY DEALERSHIP AND TRIED PALMIING OFF SOME SUBSTANDARD CRAP ON ME // HORRIBLE PEOPLE // PURCHASED FIRESTONE TIRES BECAUSE OF THIS CRAP
Purchased one year ago today. 18k miles later and still in great, quiet and perfect condition. Barely lost any tread according to the tire shop that does my rotations every 4k miles. Very happy!
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