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BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 Off-Street Tire – 33/1050R15 114Q

BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 Off-Street Tire – 33/1050R15 114Q

  • Unbelievable traction for deep dirt, mud, and rocks
  • Superior rock climbing and slick surface traction
  • TriGard 3-ply polyester carcass guards towards punctures and bruises
  • Pc-optimized tread style for diminished street noise
  • Rim protector protects against road hazards

The Mud Terrain T/A KM2 can conquer virtually any obstacle, with linear flex zones that allow the tire to conform and grab obstacles in aired-down driving. Its super-hard sidewall compound cuts and bruises to get theedge off of rocks and other off-r

List Price: $ 255.00

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  • Michael Brown "zipper":
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great tire, Great Price…, March 4, 2012
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    This review is from: BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 Off-Road Tire – 33/1050R15 114Q (Automotive)
    I put these on my 1999 Wrangler, in my area, northern Nevada, they are perfect.
    I checked prices everywhere, including the wholesale supplier for our business, and no one could even come close, especially with the free shipping. Good off road traction and durability and, surprisingly, good on road performance as well..

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  • John:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Mud Terrain for the road, August 13, 2014
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    John (Fort Mill, SC) –
    This review is from: BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 Off-Road Tire – 33/1050R15 114Q (Automotive)
    These 33X10.50r15 tires were to replace factory Goodyear Wrangler GS-A 30X9.50R15 on a 01 TJ Sport with 8.0 in wide Canyon rims. With no lift there was a tiny rub but nothing to bad unless you got full flex opposite corners. With 1.25 inch spacer on the front there is no rub on swaybar. With 2 inch suspension lift and 1 inch body, there is no rubbing on plastics. These were designed for recreational off-road enthusiasts who need to drive on the road too. I am now a huge fan of the KM2 and would suggest them to anyone. A friend has them on a new YJ 4door and loves them. Again a little noise but fine up at 85mph. Above that and you probably shouldn’t own a Mud Terrain. If your buggy goes in that clay mud and never sees the road then go ahead and get a knobbier tire. Otherwise you will be happier with this one.

    PROS:
    1) I love the aspect ratio. They don’t look too skinny. The tread is actually 1/4in narrower than the GS-A.
    2) There is a slight vibration at under 5mph but it goes away and there is slight whrrr at highway speed but nothing like you would expect from a Mud Terrain. This is a pro as I expected more noise from a mud terrain tire.
    3) Price. I got 4 at one sixty five each and one on amazon at one seventy two. Best prices I could find. I am really happy with the tire and would suggest it to anyone, even if you use it mostly on the road.
    4) These make the jeep ride better. The 3.73 gearing on the 4.0litre actually feels nice. 5th is a little bit of an overdrive now but fuel mileage has not gone down. This is probably due to the taller final ratio (larger diameter tire) and skinny profile.
    5) These KM2 are really narrow at the bead when not installed. You could easily mount these on the 7 inch or even a 6 inch wide rim, although and not be stretching the tire. (However I have no idea how they would handle but I suspect it would be fine on the 7 inch and only a little roll on the 6 inch.

    CONS:
    1) price per mile of use might be a little to high if you ONLY use this on the road. If you go off road one time you make up for it.
    2) These are a Load range D if I remember. Stock was a C on the TJ and it doesn’t really need the D range unless you tow or haul but the stock tires did that fine too. I think a C tire would flex a little better and you could use a little more air to keep it on the rim 20-30. These KM2 need to be aired down to 10-20PSI to keep them squishy off road and I fear I may break the bead sometime without beadlocks.
    3) While these are not mileage nor tread wear rated. I would suspect they are down in the sub 300 range but there is 18/32nd in. to start with so I think the wear will be good for a mud tire.
    4) Clay Mud. You really have to have Super Swamper or Mud Slinger to hang in Clay. Pretty much any tire can cake up with clay and you have to spin it off.
    5)RWL. I actually like ” white letters out” but the trend right now seems to be black walls everywhere and I really don’t like it when I see a tire with white letter and the letters are IN. So if you have the Raised White Letter, Show them. If you don’t want them, then buy a tire that has black letters. Unfortunately this tire only comes RWL till you get to the 36in. or metric equivalent.
    6) OK so these are hardly CONS but you have to want/need a mud tire. I have not driven this tire in snow but reviews are not so good although i think they mean ice as if it was really snow, the tire would do fine.

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