Dry Performance Handling Comfort Snow/Ice Performance Wet Performance Price/Quality Treadwear

Key Facts about BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2:


BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

Description


Get ready for the “toughest all-terrain tire ever” – the BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tire. If you like to tear it up off-road, this is the tire for you. Compared to its predecessor, the T/A KO2 delivers twice the treadlife on gravel roads (15% more on paved roads), 10% better traction in mud, and nearly 20% better traction in snow.

  • Sidewalls are 20% tougher than its predecessor’s
  • Improved traction over its predecessor – nearly 20% better in snow, 10% better in mud
  • Coreguard Technology prevents bruises and splits caused by rugged terrain
  • Thicker rubber extends down the tire’s shoulders to protect this critical failure area
  • Advanced deflection design protects against snagging and splitting
  • Specially-formulated tread compound prevents chipping and tearing
  • Advanced footprint shape distributes pressure for long treadlife
  • Stone ejectors kick out rocks to prevent drilling
  • Interlocking tread design helps resist wear by increasing stability
  • Serrated shoulder for improved handling in soft surfaces and deep snow
  • Mud-phobic shoulder bars promote self-cleaning in mud and soft dirt
  • 3D locking sipes increase biting edges, promoting grip in snow
  • Side biter lugs for powerful grip in mud, snow, and rocks – even when aired down
  • Mountain/snowflake symbol – meets performance standards for severe snow conditions

Latest reviews

1 October, 2018 11:04 by John Doyle
4
More than 6 months
Off‑road
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Handling
Wet Performance
Smooth quiet ride.
What is bad?
Treadwear
They have worn unevenly and very rapidly - pretty much gone in 18k miles.
Comments
I had these tires on my 2008 Hummer H3 which I mainly use for off-roading Nevada deserts. These tires are very goo and run quiet on pavement. Only grip I have is that they wear out too fast. I got about 18000 miles on them before I had to replace them with off-road Cooper tires with a more aggressive tread.
16 September, 2018 18:42 by Bryan
5
More than 6 months
City / Off‑road
Recommend
What is good?
Dry Performance
Handling
Snow/Ice Performance
They have performed just as well for me in the wet as they did in the snow.
Comments
Works great on the Truck we leave in Colorado at our cabin. Does a great job climbing up those snowy hills.
14 September, 2018 10:07 by Timothy Lee
3
More than 6 months
City / Off‑road / Highway
What is good?
Dry Performance

What is bad?
Price/Quality
Treadwear
Price and durability.
Comments
These tires are quite expensive and seem to decline in lifespan very quickly.  Towards the end of their life, they crack quite badly and can even separate and cause a very unstable ride.
12 September, 2018 12:40 by Joseph
2
More than 6 months
City / Off‑road / Highway
What is bad?
Treadwear
Wore out rather quickly.
Comments
Worst tires I've ever purchased, they are slicks after 44,000 Km not even legal for the road.  I had them on my 1/2 ton Silverado, always made sure the tire pressure was good and rotation every 8,000 km. Also, went back to KalTire where I purchased them to complain about the excessive wear in the first 20,000 km and was told too bad there is no warranty.  My truck was always parked in the house garage when not in use.
10 September, 2018 21:33 by Derrick White
2
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Handling

What is bad?
Treadwear
Wet Performance
They are terrible in rain and horrible mileage.
Comments
12,000 miles only with 3 alignments just to be sure, they are half worn already. i do 95% highway on them. I will NOT was my money ever again on these! im going back to Goodyear Duratrac's. Last set of Duratracs i got 67 thousand miles.

Detailed Information


Type and Size
Tire Model
BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2
Car Type
Light Truck / SUV
Season
All Season
Rim Diameter
15 / 16 / 17 / 18 / 20 "
Width
215 / 225 / 235 / 245 / 255 / 265 / 275 / 285 / 295 / 305 / 315 / 325 mm
Aspect Ratio
55 / 60 / 65 / 70 / 75 / 80 / 85 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
No
Speed and Load
Speed Index
Q (max 100 mph) ... T (max 118 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 Sizes & Specifications


Rim Model Size Index Features
R15 30x9.5 R15 LT 104S 30x9.5 R15 LT 104S
R15 31x10.5 R15 LT 109S 31x10.5 R15 LT 109S
R15 32x11.5 R15 LT 113R 32x11.5 R15 LT 113R
R15 33x10.5 R15 LT 114R 33x10.5 R15 LT 114R
R15 33x12.5 R15 LT 108R 33x12.5 R15 LT 108R
R15 35x12.5 R15 LT 113Q 35x12.5 R15 LT 113Q
R15 215/75 R15 100/97S 215/75 R15 100/97S
R15 235/75 R15 104/101S 235/75 R15 104/101S
R16 215/65 R16 103/100S 215/65 R16 103/100S
R16 215/70 R16 100/97R 215/70 R16 100/97R
R16 225/70 R16 102/99R 225/70 R16 102/99R
R16 225/75 R16 115/112S 225/75 R16 115/112S
R16 235/70 R16 104/101S 235/70 R16 104/101S
R16 235/85 R16 120/116S 235/85 R16 120/116S
R16 245/70 R16 113/110S 245/70 R16 113/110S
R16 245/75 R16 120/116S 245/75 R16 120/116S
R16 255/70 R16 120/117S 255/70 R16 120/117S
R16 265/70 R16 121/118S 265/70 R16 121/118S
R16 265/75 R16 123/120R 265/75 R16 123/120R
R16 275/70 R16 119/116S 275/70 R16 119/116S
R16 285/75 R16 126/123R 285/75 R16 126/123R
R16 295/75 R16 128/125R 295/75 R16 128/125R
R16 305/70 R16 124/121R 305/70 R16 124/121R
R16 315/75 R16 127/124R 315/75 R16 127/124R
R17 34x10.5 R17 LT 120R 34x10.5 R17 LT 120R
R17 35x12.5 R17 LT 121R 35x12.5 R17 LT 121R
R17 37x12.5 R17 LT 124R 37x12.5 R17 LT 124R
R17 225/65 R17 107/103S 225/65 R17 107/103S
R17 235/80 R17 120/117S 235/80 R17 120/117S
R17 245/65 R17 111/108S 245/65 R17 111/108S
R17 245/70 R17 119/116S 245/70 R17 119/116S
R17 245/75 R17 121/118S 245/75 R17 121/118S
R17 255/65 R17 114/110S 255/65 R17 114/110S
R17 255/70 R17 121/118S 255/70 R17 121/118S
R17 255/75 R17 111/108S 255/75 R17 111/108S
R17 265/65 R17 120/117S 265/65 R17 120/117S
R17 265/70 R17 112/109S 265/70 R17 112/109S
R17 265/70 R17 121/118S 265/70 R17 121/118S
R17 275/65 R17 121/118S 275/65 R17 121/118S
R17 275/70 R17 121/118R 275/70 R17 121/118R
R17 285/70 R17 116/113Q 285/70 R17 116/113Q
R17 285/70 R17 121/118R 285/70 R17 121/118R
R17 285/75 R17 121/118S 285/75 R17 121/118S
R17 305/65 R17 121/118R 305/65 R17 121/118R
R17 315/70 R17 113/110S 315/70 R17 113/110S
R17 315/70 R17 121/118S 315/70 R17 121/118S
R18 34x12.5 R18 LT 121R 34x12.5 R18 LT 121R
R18 35x12.5 R18 LT 123R 35x12.5 R18 LT 123R
R18 255/55 R18 109/105R 255/55 R18 109/105R
R18 255/70 R18 117/114S 255/70 R18 117/114S
R18 265/60 R18 119/116S 265/60 R18 119/116S
R18 265/65 R18 122/119R 265/65 R18 122/119R
R18 265/70 R18 124/121R 265/70 R18 124/121R
R18 275/65 R18 123/120R 275/65 R18 123/120R
R18 275/70 R18 125/122R 275/70 R18 125/122R
R18 285/60 R18 118/115S 285/60 R18 118/115S
R18 285/65 R18 125/122R 285/65 R18 125/122R
R18 305/65 R18 124/121R 305/65 R18 124/121R
R18 325/65 R18 127/124R 325/65 R18 127/124R
R20 35x12.5 R20 LT 121R 35x12.5 R20 LT 121R
R20 265/60 R20 121/118S 265/60 R20 121/118S
R20 275/55 R20 115/112S 275/55 R20 115/112S
R20 275/60 R20 119/116S 275/60 R20 119/116S
R20 275/65 R20 126/123S 275/65 R20 126/123S
R20 285/55 R20 117/114T 285/55 R20 117/114T
R20 285/60 R20 125/122S 285/60 R20 125/122S
R20 285/65 R20 127/124S 285/65 R20 127/124S
R20 305/55 R20 121/118S 305/55 R20 121/118S
R20 325/60 R20 126/123S 325/60 R20 126/123S

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1 October, 2018 11:04 by John Doyle
4
More than 6 months
Off‑road
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Handling
Wet Performance
Smooth quiet ride.
What is bad?
Treadwear
They have worn unevenly and very rapidly - pretty much gone in 18k miles.
Comments
I had these tires on my 2008 Hummer H3 which I mainly use for off-roading Nevada deserts. These tires are very goo and run quiet on pavement. Only grip I have is that they wear out too fast. I got about 18000 miles on them before I had to replace them with off-road Cooper tires with a more aggressive tread.
16 September, 2018 18:42 by Bryan
5
More than 6 months
City / Off‑road
Recommend
What is good?
Dry Performance
Handling
Snow/Ice Performance
They have performed just as well for me in the wet as they did in the snow.
Comments
Works great on the Truck we leave in Colorado at our cabin. Does a great job climbing up those snowy hills.
14 September, 2018 10:07 by Timothy Lee
3
More than 6 months
City / Off‑road / Highway
What is good?
Dry Performance

What is bad?
Price/Quality
Treadwear
Price and durability.
Comments
These tires are quite expensive and seem to decline in lifespan very quickly.  Towards the end of their life, they crack quite badly and can even separate and cause a very unstable ride.
12 September, 2018 12:40 by Joseph
2
More than 6 months
City / Off‑road / Highway
What is bad?
Treadwear
Wore out rather quickly.
Comments
Worst tires I've ever purchased, they are slicks after 44,000 Km not even legal for the road.  I had them on my 1/2 ton Silverado, always made sure the tire pressure was good and rotation every 8,000 km. Also, went back to KalTire where I purchased them to complain about the excessive wear in the first 20,000 km and was told too bad there is no warranty.  My truck was always parked in the house garage when not in use.
10 September, 2018 21:33 by Derrick White
2
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Handling

What is bad?
Treadwear
Wet Performance
They are terrible in rain and horrible mileage.
Comments
12,000 miles only with 3 alignments just to be sure, they are half worn already. i do 95% highway on them. I will NOT was my money ever again on these! im going back to Goodyear Duratrac's. Last set of Duratracs i got 67 thousand miles.

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