BF Goodrich LT255/75R17 Tire, Mud-Terrain T/A KM - 86927

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  • BF Goodrich Tires | Part Number: BFG86927
  • Style:Mud-Terrain T/A KM2
  • Tire Width:75
  • Sidewall Lettering:Black Side Wall
  • Tread Type:Mud Terrain
  • Tire Height:255
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Rim Diameter:17 Inches


BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 Tire when roadside assistance is not an option the super-tough sidewall compound and 3-ply construction resists cuts and bruises to take the edge off of rocks and other off-road hazards. Overcome nearly any obstacle with linear flex zones that allow the tire to conform and grab obstacles in aired-down driving. Leave the tow rig at home Drive to the trails with better road manners and less noise than you would expect in an unstoppable off-road tire! The T/A KM2 is an excellent tire for the driver who needs great off-road traction, but still wants a good wearing, long mileage street tire. The Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 has a footprint made to dominate almost anything in its path. Smart design gives it excellent mud-clearing ability and low road noise.


great OEM tire

This is my second Jeep Wrangler. Both were equipped with these tires from the factory. My first Jeep had 85,000 km on it when I traded it. The tires had about 20% tread left. My current Rubicon has 95,000 km on it and still has about 15% tread left. I have rotated my tires every 10,000 km or so. As they wear down, the tread tends to cup, so regular rotations are recommended. They get a bit noisy when they wear down, but not so much that's it's annoying. The tires are a very good all season tire. I had a bit less traction on ice and snow this past winter when the tread was wearing down but never got into any trouble. A very good and versatile tire if you drive highway, city, and off road. The mileage I have gotten out of these tires is the best thing, though, because I like to get the best bang for my buck. I've never had a flat, although I did have a slow leak once when I ran over a nail. Had it repaired and it hasn't been a problem since. I thought about going to a different tire, but I think I'll stick with these.

from Lethbridge, AB |

Question & Answers

4 Answered questions

Are these the same tires that come stock on a 2010 Rubicon Unlimited?

Asked by Mike from Las Vegas on

Hello Mike, It is possible that your Jeep originally came with the BF Goodrich Tires LT255/75R17, Mud-Terrain T/A KM. Jeep uses several different tire manufactures when they set up dealer packages.

Answered by Dave from Las Vegas on

I was actually curious if you have this specific tire but rated E? If so can you provide link and price?

Asked by Mike from Seal Beach, CA on

Thanks for the inquiry Mike, the BF Goodrich Tires LT255/75R17, Mud-Terrain T/A KM part # BFG86927 what you're looking for is part # BFG93994.

Answered by from Seal Beach, CA on

2014 jeep willys wheeler. how does this tire handle beach sand?

Asked by bob from east rockaway,ny on

Hello Bob, Thank you for the question. At street air pressure the BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM do well in the sand. If you air them down a few pounds lower, they do even better.

Answered by from east rockaway,ny on

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