BFGoodrich Commercial T/A Traction is the best tire for those less-than-ideal road conditions. With a tread designed for snow, mud and practically any conditions. This tire is suitable for drive axle or both axles on trucks that spend time off-road. Made for extreme snow and ice conditions and still molded to accept studs when conditions demand the ultimate in traction. A truck and fleet tire with aggressive tread to go wherever your route requires.
i have 3 super duty trucks one is my work truck with 223000 mi. so you can work them my wifes super duty is a cruiser they are just a great all around tire BUY THEM worth every dollar signed happy man
By uncle fuzz
from nothern michigan
5.0Very good tire.
Have these on my 2000 diesel 4x4 Super Duty, running a mix of highway & gravel. Excellent traction, wear very well even on the sharp gravel we have here which chews up a lot of tires. Recommend these to everyone I can! REALLY need this tire in more sizes, especially 255/85R16. A size like 235/85R18 would be fantastic!
I love these tires.I have a 2000 Ford Excursion 6.8V10 4X4.I bought the tires when I had 67700 miles on my truck and rode them down to almost nothing.Now I have 127000 miles on my truck.If winter was not approaching I would still go with them.I feel if you are going to spend alot of money on tires then why not get your monies worth.Which I did....
really was a great tire 2008 2wd ranger wore them 44k miles and then gave them to a friend who needed some help at that time they measure at 7/32 he has since put on at least 25-30 k my use was mixed wet snow and sand would recomend wish they came in 31-10.5-15 mine were 235-75-15 com tract
1.0Possibly the worst wear I have ever seen
I bought these tires last spring. I drove the vehicle 14,000 miles, of which 7,000 was towing an 8,000 lbs trailer. By mid February one year later the tread measures at a 50% tread loss at the dealer. They seem to offer no benifit any good all-season tire would have provided in adversy conditions. Warranty claim has been filed by the dealer with Goodrich. I am pf the opinion these tires should be replaced by the manufacture at no additional charge.
3.0like cats claws in snow
have these on 1997 f350 drw .super tire but at 24000 they were wore out .rotated and bal every 5000. only running them on back. that why i on here looking for good grip but more miles
5.0Durable and Long Lasting
Mounted on a Chevy 3500 dually service truck, fully loaded with tools at all times and pulls a trailer occasionally. Received 50k out of them.
4.0Excellent Winter Tire
Within 100 miles of buying my 7.3L Diesel F250 (7000 lbs. Truck) I had these tires put on. They were great in the winter during several snow storms, great in the spring in mud, and handled well in all conditions while towing upwards of 8,000 lbs. I have over 33,000 miles on since I got them last August, and I have averaged about 18 mpg over that time. They are now down to the wear bar, but I will probably not get another set due to the amount of mileage I drive in a year.I will be sticking with BF Goodrich though. I would recommend these for anyone that only drives their truck in bad conditions, or about 15,000 miles a year.
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