mud driving
BFGOODRICH
MUD-TERRAIN T/A KM2
  • summer

    summer

  • Mud and Snow

    Mud and Snow

  • ON/Off-Road

BFGOODRICH MUD-TERRAIN T/A KM2

  • ON/Off-Road

Designed for serious off-road performance, the BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 i-TEK tyre has Krawler-TEK technology and resists punctures and bruising. For serious off-road enthusiasts.

  • summer

    summer

  • Mud and Snow

    Mud and Snow

MORE SIDEWALL TRACTION AND PROTECTION

Like the BFGoodrich Krawler T/A KX, the heavy duty lugs of Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 extend down the sidewall, providing more grip especially when aired down. Meaning the new Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 can get out of the stickiest situations.

STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE

Sidewall cords are up to 33% larger than the previous Mud-Terrain T/A KM, and provide the protection and durability off-roaders crave to really push the limits.

DEVASTATING GRIP

A Linear Flex-Zone across the face of the tread, gives Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 the flexibility to wrap around obstacles for competition-level grip. And the self-cleaning tread of the Krawler™ inspired tread pattern means mud simply can't hang on. 

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Increase psi for longevity

99yota - January 2, 2021

70K miles and going strong on a dual locked, dual transfercase, beadlocked old school 4runner. Driven cross-country at least a couple times a year to hit places like Uhwharrie, Moab, Canyonlands, North Rim. Vehicle weighs ~6k fully loaded. I run about 42psi street and always air down on dirt. Raising psi dramatically increases wear life especially if you have added heavy accessories like plate bumpers, winch, sliders, swingout tire carrier etc. Disclosure: I do have a full size 33" spare which get rotated out with the others.

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Best tires I ever owned.

Michael - August 29, 2020

I have a Jeep Wrangler 2009 with about 112,000 miles. I went thru two sets of Goodyear Wrangler at 30,000 per set. These tires I am going on about 53,000 miles. They are low and will be replaced sometime this fall. Great tires. Worth spending more for a better tire. As far as noise or this or that. Hey I am a young 62, and like my kids say. Daddy you have selective hearing. These tires you can feel hugging the road.

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1 / 5

Dry rot!

Nick - August 12, 2020

I’ve had a set of these 3-4 years now. They’re already dry rotted well before the tread is worn out! Insane, you spend $1000+ on tires and they don’t hold up!

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Rim

17''
LT255/75R17 111/108Q TL LRC
Specifications
Width 255
Aspect Ratio 75
Rim Size 17
Load Index 111
Speed Index Q
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