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'd 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.
On a scale of 5 I give this tire a 4 in the mud, 4 on dirt and rocks, 4 on wet road, 4 on ride and handling, 2 on ice, and a 2 on wear. Good all around tire, but wear moderately fast even with proper rotation and the shorter the tread the louder the tire becomes. At 50% tread I would turn the radio up on the road and down at a stop light. They are very quiet and smooth when new and by the time they were worn out at 28,000 miles I was glad to be rid of them. I had them on an 08 2500 Dodge Power Wagon and pulled an equipment trailer weighing 16000 pounds about 10,000 of the 28,000 miles and may explain the low mileage but I have run other MT tires that have 40,000 miles doing the same job. Great for a Jeep or 1500 pickup, but wouldn’t advise using them on a 2500 and expect them to wear well. Especially if you have a heavy diesel engine up front.
By JNash from Bethpage, TN
BF K2 Muds vs. Toyo MT
15 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited - 3" Lift. Added spacers - 1.75" and the 35" 12.50 BF MTs work great. In snow they outperform Toyo MTs. Toyo MT had me sliding everywhere in Northern Minnesota snow. Barely get traction in two inches of snow. BF MTs plowed through a 14" snow like nothing. Plenty of grip going up and down hills.
By Jeep15 from Duluth, MN
The best red clay tire with manners
The best wearing and going tires I have ever had! 65k miles on a 96 Tacoma and still passable by DMV inspection standards. They do phenomenal in the mud I have locally,which is primarily red clay,but also works well in all other soil types I have tried them in and snow also. Also a great tire on the road whether it be wet,snowy or hot dry asphalt these work and wear excellent. The only tires I will buy.
By Skidroad from Wv
Jeep pulls a wheelie on and off road
Tire works well against hydro plaining. Mud, snow and rock no problem. Ice you will need studs. Lightest tire in its class under 40 lbs and tallest in its class a true 33".
By Hotrod from Colorado
Not for HD trucks
I have a Dodge 2500 4x4 w/ the Cummins. I really liked these tires, and have owned five sets, including the old design. They are not too noisy and don't ride too rough. They are no Michelin, but they are Super Swamper either. My only problem is that I have blown many belts (always in the front under the heavy Cummins). I finally decided to go with a different brand tire. I have written many letters to BFG over the years, requesting they make an E rated 35x12.5x17 or a 315x70-R17. These tires a probably great under a Jeep or 1500, but not for 2500 or 3500.
By Adventure Truck from Loxahatchee, FL
By fedsafdsaf from san jose, ca
35x12.50 Mud Terain T/A KM2
I have aired down to and ran these at 8 psi with no problems. Factory recommends 12psi minimum.
I rock crawl at 10 PSI on a 01 jeep wrangler.
At 10 psi it wraps around rocks. In a year and 14,000 miles the tires are half done. No flats or ever lost a bead. Lucky on the flats.
This newer generation has a better tried design and third layer on the side wall.
Con is one of my tires is a little lopsided and takes 14 oz of lead. A good bump and some of it gets knocked off. Big tires need to be balanced and rotated often. Make sure the seller does this free as most do.
By Gapedo from Fullerton, CA
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.
By BlackBetty from Lethbridge, AB
I have put 60k on these tires without issues. They still have about 1/4" of tread left but there just now starting to wear a little unevenlly. There great both on or off road. About to buy another set!!!
By Stumpjumper from Dallas,Tx
Awesome on and off road
I was really shocked just how quiet this tire is. I have them on a 07 JKU on 4" lift. They replaced my worn out BFG AT 35x12.50/15's. Honestly I think the AT's once they wore out were louder. The only time I can tell that i'm on an MT is coming to a stop. You can feel the lugs at under 5mph. That's it. Not as good in the rain as the AT's, but definately still great.
Whats the widest in this tire that I can go having a 15x10 steel wheel?
PowerWagon Josue from on
You can install a 13.50 wide tire on a 10" wide wheel. Thank you for the question.
RK from on
Will the BFGoodrich 35x12.5x17 M/T KM2 tire fit a 17x7.5 Wheel?
Peejay from Tacoma, WA on
Yes, this tire will fit a 17x7.5 wheel. Thank you.
RK from Tacoma, WA on
Do you have, in stock, (two) 33x12.50R15, Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 by BFGoodrich?
Blythewood RD from Blythewood, SC on
hello Blythewood and thank you for your question! BF Goodrich Tires 33x12.50R15, Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 are still on back order at this time. BFG is telling us that the tires should be available by the middle of October.
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