BF Goodrich 33x12.50R15 Tire, All-Terrain T/A KO2 - 37881

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  • BF Goodrich Tires | Part Number: BFG37881
  • Tire Size:33X12.50R15
  • Style:All-Terrain T/A KO2
  • Tire Width:12.5
  • Tread Type:All Terrain
  • Tire Height:33
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Most Popular Sizes:33x12.50R15
  • Rim Diameter:15 Inches


BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 has a 20 percent tougher sidewall and features race-proven CoreGard Technology to take on the toughest road hazards with confidence. The split and bruise resistant sidewall rubber is derived from BFGoodrichs race proven Baja T/A KR2 tire. Adding a thicker, extended shoulder rubber down the sidewall helps to protect more of the critical sidewall failure zone. BFG has longer teadlife tires that extend your adventures On and Off-Road. Specially formulated tread rubber that has been optimally blended to reduce chip and tear for superior gravel road endurance. The advanced tire footprint shape results in more evenly distributed stress, for longer more uniform wear. Interlocking tread design will provide increased tread block stability, for more even wear over the long haul. Reject stone retention and provide extra tread cleanout protection against stone drilling with the BFG Stone Ejectors. Aggressive All-Terrain Traction that exceeds the Rubber Manufacturer Association Severe Snow Traction performance requirements to confidently get where you want to go in any weather condition.

The best part about owning an off-road vehicle is the fact that you can go pretty much anywhere. The feeling of freedom you get from exploring uncharted territory and tackling tough terrain in your truck or Jeep is unmatched. However, you need the right tires if you want to take on any terrain. 4 Wheel Parts is proud to carry BFG 33x12.5x15 tires that are made to handle difficult terrain and last a long time so you don't have to worry about frequent replacements. As a matter of fact, we've got BF Goodrich tires in just about every size and variety, so you're sure to find the right rubber for your needs.

No Worries

If you're big on off-roading, chances are you expect a lot out of your truck or Jeep. As great as these vehicles are, they're only as good as their components. Our selection of BFG KO2 33x12.5x15 tires are made for demanding off-road driving, which means you don't have to worry about getting stuck or breaking down in the middle of an adventure.

A Perfect Fit

Off-road enthusiasts know how important it is to get the right tire size, and we make that easy at 4 Wheel Parts. We've got a wide selection of Jeep tires available that includes tires from top brands like BF Goodrich, all of which you can easily sort by size.


Preparing your ride for off-roading is important, and the BF Goodrich 33x12.50r15 tires at 4 Wheel Parts make that simple. As long as you've got these tires on your truck, you can confidently tackle any terrain. Plus, you don't have to worry about your tires wearing out too quick since they're designed and manufactured with durability in mind. If you want access to some of the best tires and accessories for off-roading, make 4 Wheel Parts your go-to source for off-roading gear.

Customer Reviews

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5.0 Tried Them All, But Keep Coming Back To The KO2

I work in farming/agriculture here in California and though we don’t get a whole lot of rain annually, when we do, it can be a challenge getting around the ranches. This is my 4th set of BFG AT and believe me, I have tried a lot of different brands over my 30 years. Put about 40,000 miles a year on my trucks (current is 2020 Chevrolet HD 2500 Diesel) and literally 1/2 is on farm where we sprinkler irrigate on clay loam soils where you can get stuck pretty easy if A. You don’t know how to drive in mud or B. You don’t have tires that “clean out”. I’ve run Coopers, Good Year wrangler MT and AT, Bridgestone, Michelin and the list goes on. Others we’re good tires but there is always the trade off between how they wear, noise, clean out mud, life etc. Last set was BFG MT which I never had to worry about getting stuck but between the road noise, ride, cupping and having to replace at 30,000 miles due all the above I came back to the BFG AT KO2 just last month. I can get 60,000+ miles easy out of a set even on my 3/4 ton as long as I rotate. I recommend on bigger trucks to rotate every 5,000 miles as the tire shop honors the free rotation and they are the ones that got me to do that and they’re not even listed on Website and they sell more of these than anyone in a 200 mile radius I’d bet money as Ag is huge and there are 1,000’s of company 4x4’s used every day here. BTW I also run the KO2 on my Jeep Rubicon in 35”. They are expensive tires, especially lately due the pandemic, but all tires are, but they’re quiet and smooth on road and aggressive off road and I literally get about 25% more miles out of them than the others. NO BRAINER

5.0 I really don't understand why so many dislike them

Bought them last fall for my overlanding rig, ran them hard for over a year now & put ~20,000 miles on them. I will likely re-buy another set in 285/70R17 (C-rated) once tread runs out on the current set. Overall very happy and confused why a lot of people in the community keep thrashing this tire ... the below is fully based on my own experiences, I do not claim to be an off-road expert nor did I have a lot of comparisons with other truck tires. I paid for my tires. PROs: + Ability off-road ... I have been throwing rock gardens/shelves, deep sand, muddy forest roads, desert roads, deep snow at these tires and never had any traction issues off-road. If other tires are even better I haven't been in a situation (yet) where that would've mattered ... the areas where I feel they excelled at (even vs. other off-roaders I met on the trails) were: (1) deep snow and (2) deep sand - others got stuck and we didn't + Quiet on the highway, light, didn't affect fuel consumption much (~1 mpg) when I switched from the stock tires in 255/75R16 to 265/70R17 KOs (they are the lightest tire in this class ... which is noticeable in terms of performance, breaking, MPGs) + Even wear & durable: 20,000 miles, rotation every 5,000 miles, balancing after 15,000 miles - still enough tread for another 20-30k + Looks: Subjective but I like them over a lot of other A/T tires CONs: - Tendency to hydroplane in wet conditions - scary, but manageable - Traction on packed snow or ice is not great - didn't run into these conditions off-road but on regular streets in the winter I got into some sketchy situations - They wander a bit when changing lanes at higher speeds (>75mph) ... but that's to be expected when getting C-rated tire on a ~6,000lbs rig (fully loaded) Some other thoughts: > C-rated over E-rated tire all day ... been pushing them aired down on sharp rocks and haven't had any flats or cracks in the tire > the weight does matter ... especially on our somewhat underpowered Tacomas (even with re-gear) ... it's nice to have a bit of extra punch vs. some other A/T tires that are 20% heavier > In dry / sandy states these tires are really hard to beat. In some rainier / wetter states like Washington there are other tires that perform better in wet conditions ... but so far not enough to change my mind ;)

5.0 Exceptional - long life tires

I couldn't afford to buy the new BFG Ko2 tires. I bought them from someone who had used them for about 100,000 miles. I used them for the last 2 years, mainly off-road in search of farms up way in the mountains. Most of the roads in the mountains of Romania are not paved: stone and mud ! I can't believe the tires are so durable. The profiles are still very good: 10 mm I was looking for buting new tires but yet, are expencive . Nevertheless, the price is worth off

4.0 All in one

I have had these tires on my Toyota Hilux since 6 months and had driven around 2500 km so far. I am extremely pleased with the durability and traction on dry / gravel / asphalt / rocks. It is also very quiet at the highway speeds. I was expecting to be more loud to be honest. The tire performs well under rain as well. I had a minor issue in mud and my truck was stuck however we managed to get it out after a few tries. I didn't have the chance to try on snow yet. This tire is of course not a professional mud tire but it pretty much covers everything you need and it gives you the feeling that it will last for a long time. I recommend it to any truck / SUV drivers who drive on different surfaces and who would like to have a tire for all seasons.

3.0 Loves to pick up small stones.

This tire is a great tire on many levels except one. It picks up rocks like no tire I have ever owned. I ended up pulling them off and selling the, put on a different brand. If you live on a gravel road, you will hate them. Otherwise they are great tires. Interesting that they advertise 'Rock Extractors' I think they meant Attractors!!

3.0 Wore out way to quick.

I have had BFG K01 all the way up the the current K02 on my trucks. I put a new set of these K02 on my truck and after 20,000 miles I am down to almost no tread on the rear tires and the front tires have chunks messing out of the side siphon blocks. I towed a 7500 pound travel trailer in the summer a few weekends out of the month a couple hundred miles at a time and commute 50 miles a day to work. Nothing major and they still wore the way they did. I am satisfied with how they handle but very disappointed in how long they lasted.

Response From BFGoodrich -
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5.0 2nd to none

I've bought All terrain tires for all my SUV's.I always get 1 1/2 more miles out of them than they state.Just read the tire for air pressure and adj according.I have no problems in the snow mud or wet.There not loud at all and handle quite well.

5.0 Tires

BFGs Still have white letters, at least on 33x12.50/15

from Greer, SC |


Question & Answers

3 Answered questions

Q: Do these tires come in the 6 bolt pattern as pictured or do they come in a 5 bolt pattern?  Answer this question

A: The bolt pattern is for the rim. Has Notthing too do with the tire 

Answered by Piet 20 from Florida on 08/17/2021

Q: What is the weight of the BF Goodrich 33x12.50R15 Tire, All-Terrain T/A KO2 - 37881 tire? Answer this question

A: 57 lbs.

Answered by Christian from 4WP HQ on 02/18/2021

Q: will this tire work on the OEM wheels and fit the wrangler (1992 Base with 4.0 engine) that I have? Answer this question

A: Thanks for the inquiry Rich, the BF Goodrich Tires 33x12.50R15, All-Terrain T/A KO2 part # BFG37881 the recommended wheel width is 8-10 inches wide so as long as your in there your ok.

Answered by RK on 08/21/2015


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