BF Goodrich LT265/75R16 Tire, All-Terrain T/A KO2 - 67179

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Specifications

  • BF Goodrich Tires | Part Number: BFG67179
  • Style:All-Terrain T/A KO2
  • Tire Width:75
  • Sidewall Lettering:Raised White Letters
  • Tread Type:All Terrain
  • Tire Height:265
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Most Popular Sizes:265x75R16
  • Rim Diameter:16 Inches

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

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.

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Reviews

5.0
5.0
money well spent

I had just put on a new set of tires and the snow fell. The traction they got was scary and most snow covered streets required 4 wheel drive. With winter just getting started I needed a better safer tire. I ordered the new all- terrain TA KO2's based off of the previous all-terrains reputation and I am very, very impressed! For a 10 ply tire they ride really smooth and the tread pattern is super quite on the roads and interstate. The very first weekend I had them on my 06 Toyota Tundra we went into the snow covered hills to get a Christmas tree. With almost a foot of snow in places these tires performed like a champ! In the weeks that followed I tested them on snow covered streets in 2wd that the previous tires I had on struggled with in 4wd. THESE TIRES GRIP!


from South Dakota |
5.0
Great new tread design, awesome side wall design

After having the original KO on all my trucks/suvs for over 10 years. I finally switched up to the newest KO2 design. So far I really like them, the looks are awesome and the performance is right there with it's looks!


from summit county |
5.0
Best Innovation Last 15 years - Baja Tested

I have used several sets of the old KO's for years without complaint. BUT GOODRICH outdid themselves with the new KO2 design! Best of Mud Terrain and old KO All Terrain - PLUS the KO2's are now 3-peak rated for snow. Better than old KO's in snow. Off road is great and handling on highway is better than old KO design in the rain.


from Lake Villa IL |
5.0
The real deal Holyfield

The question isn't will the these tires rip it, it's who's yard to drive through next.


from Louisville, Kentucky |

Question & Answers

4 Answered questions

Hello, I have a 2013 JK Wrangler Sport. I do not intend on doing a lift, just leaving it stock. I also do not do any major off road, just simple trails and (when permitted) mowing through some snow. I am looking for the largest size tire my jeep can take and still e comfortable. Is this it? Or do you have a better suggestion? Also, do your stores do installs? Specifically I am near your store in Santa Ana, CA. Thanks!! Jeremy

Asked by Jeremy from Garden Grove, CA on

Thanks for the inquiry Jeremy, the BF Goodrich Tires LT265/75R16, All-Terrain T/A KO2 part # BFG67179 a 285 is the max you can fit stock, here is a link to your local store. http://jo.my/s0l3sq

Answered by from Garden Grove, CA on

I have a 99 4Runner sr5 4wd and I am lifting it 4 inches and I was wondering how big of a tire I can fit in it with little to no rub

Asked by Carson from Seattle on

Hello Carson, This tire will fit your vehicle configuration. Anything larger will require fender trimming. Thank you for the question.

Answered by RK from Seattle on

2006 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited - No lift: Will this size fit before a 2.5" lift is installed? What are the implications? Tires may have to happen before a lift can be purchased.

Asked by Kevin from Port Clinton, OH on

Hi Kevin The BFG LT265/75R16 AT KO2 tires are an excellent choice for your Jeep when it has a 2.5 inch lift. They are going to rub on your plastic fender flares when you go through a big dip or over a big bump. They will clear most of the time during your street driving. It would be recommend to lift the vehicle soon after outing the larger tires on and stay on the highway and wait to go off road after putting on a 2.5 to 3/5 inch lift Thank You Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts

Answered by from Port Clinton, OH on

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Manufacturer

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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