Built through experience... earned on the trail. The new BF Goodrich KM3 tire delivers industry-leading toughness and traction to take drivers anywhere they want to go.
Made to mud: 5% better mud traction. Power through mud and loose soil with BFG's Terrain-Attack tread design. Its massive tread blocks are designed to deliver incredible grip from any angle of approach, and Mud-Phobic Bars release compacted mud for continued traction.
Built to climb: 8% better rock traction. Take on Earth's toughest terrain with advanced Krawl-TEK compound that enhances grip on rock and slick surfaces. Plus, a Linear Flex Zone allows the tire to flex and envelop objects in aired-down driving situations.
Created to conquer: 27% tougher sidewalls. Go places others only dream of, thanks to race-proven advancements. CoreGard Max Technology uses a thick sidewall shield and specialized compound to help guard against sharp objects, while Traction-Armor Sidewall Sculpture helps prevent sidewall splitting.
I put a set of KM2s on my 08 Tundra a few years after I bought it and they were expensive but I believe they are the best quality mud tire on the market. They are a little noisy and they don’t do great on pavement but they are outstanding when you get in the mud and the way they make your truck look is just worth it IMO. After the KM2s eventually wore down after about 50k miles I went ahead and got some KM3s and they look even better than the 2s and I feel like they are a little quieter on the highway. Not to mention the 2 sets and over 100k miles over all kinds of misquite thorns and road debris, I’ve never had a leak in any of my BFGs so far. I can’t say the same about the Michelins on my Camry or the Goodyears on my Tacoma. And don’t settle for the cheaper Taiwan made Nittos either.
By TRD Sam
Best tires I've bought!
Best prices on the internet
from North Adams MA.
5.0Over 5 years and 40k+ miles!!!!
Bought a set of the KM3s when they first came out. I had the first Land Rover Discovery 2 on KM3s in the USA. 5 1/2 years and 40k miles of wheeling from the swamps of Florida and everywhere else on the East Coast, they are ready to be replaced. No dry rotting, plenty of tread left, they have just worn a little funny (to be expected in a mud tire) and have gotten quite noisy. What am I replacing then with??? KM3s of course!!!! Best tire I've ever owned!!!
By RedEyed Jack Adventures
5.0Best on the market
The best M/T tire on the market! I have run quite a few other manufacturers M/T tire and so far this is the best out of all of them! These are replacing Nitto trail grappler and for people saying that B.F.G tires are cut small, once I had these mounted and under weight of my Jeep they measured the same. On the road the KM3 handles better then the competition and on the trail they do a amazing job! Even on wet roads they hold traction way more then other M/T tires. I am definitely going to keep running B.F.G tires from now on!
By Rubicon 22
5.0Great tire, but pretty expensive now.
I've ran the 39x13.5r17 KM3s for 2+ years and over 40k miles on my Jeep Gladiator. I've put these tires through all kinds of terrains and weather conditions from dirt, sand, rock crawling, mud, rain, hail, rock crawling in thunder storms and they haven't let me down. I keep rotate them every 3k to 5k miles and they have worn evenly. The side walls have been holding up great and the side bitters have provided plenty of traction when needed. The light weight of the tires is also a plus. My only gripe is these tires have gotten fairly expensive since I purchased them in 2021. The price has increased roughly by about $250 per tire. They are almosted priced near the cost of some 42s. Well known competitors 40s don't even cost as much as these 39s. With that being said it opens the door to try some of the top competitor's tires for about $200 less per tire. These 39s compared to most 40s make the 39s look like 37s because of the actual size.
5.0Siped they are great for Winter and Summer in Alaska.
I have been running these 37x12.5r17 on my 2 door wrangler custom siped in the center 8” of tread as both a daily driver and trail riding both winter and summer here in interior Alaska. They wear faster than the K02’s, but aired down to 25psi they work exceptionally well on hardpack snow and ice, through 2 feet of snow in winter, and medium mud loads in summer. And they don’t clog up in the deeper stuff (snow or mud) like the K02’s do.
By Another Jeep in Alaska
37×13.50s are amazing on and off road. I love the performance off road, my jeep grips better than many others. I run with vehicles that have lockers and still keep up unless it's a clearance issue. They are well mannered on the road as well. Wish I could get white letters in 37+ sizes
Use these tires on a Jeep Wrangler 4 door & they are great on & off road. Best Traction off road I have had.
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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