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Terrain T/A KM

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Review of the BF Goodrich® Mud-Terrain T/A® KM
The extremely popular BFGoodrich ® Mud-Terrain T/A® KM is the tire of choice for many offroaders who want decent off-road performance while maintaining good street manner.  This radial MT with its semi-aggressive tread is a good choice for all-around use including dry loose dirt, light mud, sand, and light to moderate rock.  Another benefit of the BFG Mud Terrain T/A KM is its longevity with a longer wear factor on the trail and on the street over most Mud Terrain tires.  Be aware that the 3-ply sidewalls are somewhat vulnerable to sharp rocks when compared to MTs with tread designs in the sidewall that offer additional protection.  Sizes available up to 37x12.50R18/D.


Manufacturers description of this tire: 

BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A® KM

  • An outstanding off-road tire 
  • TriGard® construction 
  • Tough, aggressive appearance and traction even in extreme conditions 

The ultimate off-road tire. Gives the traction and confidence to go anywhere, and get back, even through the most extreme off-road conditions. DiggerLugz power through deep gumbo mud, dirt, sand, and over rocks. Tough, aggressive appearance. Still just as "streetable," with longer treadlife and lower noise (compared to Radial Mud-Terrain T/A®). TriGard® construction for serious durability. 

Named one of the 10 most influential off-road products.

What it is:  The only tire named by jeep-enthusiast magazine “JP” as one of the 10 most influential off-road products
of all time for its outstanding off-road traction and race-proven performance.

Who it’s for: 4WD enthusiasts who want a more aggressive tire that delivers serious off-road traction.


  • DiggerLugz™ (upper sidewall traction bars and treadclearing shoulder void bars)
  • Rim protector
  • DiggerLugz™ upper sidewall traction bars and bold
    sidewall graphics
  • Improved high-void tread design with larger footprint,
    interlocking tread elements and advanced
  • Dual-tread radius
  • Computer-optimized tread design
  • BFGoodrich® Tires’ TriGard® construction — innovative
    3-ply polyester carcass
  • Single strand beads on all dimensions (single wire
    wrapped continuously)


  • Maximized traction and steering control in deep dirt,
    mud and sand
  • Improved wheel and tire protection from off-road
    hazards, especially during aired down situations
  • Aggressive good looks
  • Incredible rock climbing and slick surface traction†
  • More even wear
  • Reduced road noise
  • Exceptional bruise resistance under the tread and in
    the sidewall
  • Improved ride smoothness and tire uniformity




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BFGoodrich Corporation
Consumer Relations Department
P.O. Box 19001
Greenville, SC 29602-9001
Phone:  1-877-788-8899 

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Below are reviews submitted by people who have had experience with this tire.  Opinions below are not necessarily that of Offroaders.com.  If you'd like to submit a review of your own, please use the form below to review this tire.  Please restrict your comments to only tires you have had experience with.


Jack Beaverton, OR
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow         
Wooded Trail N/A
Overall Rating
This is a great tire for anybody who wants an aggressive looking tire but don't want to sacrifice on- road performance to much. 

This tire wont handle as good as an all terrain tire on wet pavement but handles good enough.  This tire along with Sipeing  them will get you better traction on the road. This tire is extremely tough believe me i hit a curb going 35 and didn't blow the tire.

Larus Reykjavik, Iceland
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow         
Wooded Trail N/A
Overall Rating
Under Cherokee ´91. 4.L. 35"x12.5" AT.
in snow on mountains i have 3-10 psi in the tires, same on sand and rock. on street 17-20 psi. Highly recommended, excellent in snow on mountains.
Brendan Charlotte, NC
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow, Trail        
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
This is one of the best m/t's you can buy!
The people that rated it bad, the way you based your rating on is thinking when you were stuck. The BFGs are the best overall. Everybody has them, that should tell you something!
TD Seattle, WA
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow, Trail        
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
45,000 miles on them since 2002, mostly on road and thread life is excellent, used on my heavy tank, a 3-door Gelaendewagon Mercedes.
"Dustdriver" Oregon
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow, Trail        
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
These are indeed a fair choice in a "compromise tire", i.e. one which sees both pavement and off-pavement conditions.  My only complaint about the current BFG MT design is the so-called "rim protector".  While it may protect the rim in some situations, it tends to behave like a "probe" which, when it makes contact with a rock or the side of a rut pushes the sidewall in away from the rim, thereby inviting the entry of foreign material into the bead, which results in a slow leak.  These tires do not perform as well as you would expect on pack snow or ice, but then what tire does?  I'd say these are a good choice for the occasional off-roader who doesn't usually air down.  If BFG lost the rim protector, I'd buy another set.  Until then, I'm tire shopping for my next set.
Jamie Winnipeg, C
Terrain where used: Rock, Mud, Snow, Trail        
Sand N/A
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
I have 33x12.50 under my samurai and I like these tires. I can go almost anywhere I point my truck. I should have gone with the new 10.50's under such a light rig but an awesome tire for anyone who wants streetability and trail traction. this is THE tire for me.
John Jalloseafer Halovaolia, RI
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow, Trail        
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
This Tires suck so bad I hate them some much! After the first day of mud boggin I burnt them down! I would rather ride on Tiger Paws than this shit ass tires! UHUHUHUH!!! But excellent performance on Wooded trail!
b-rad Sarasota, FL
Terrain where used: Sand, Rock, Mud, Snow, Trail        
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
this tire sucks not only does it not shread at all but they are extremely noisy in the mud. but on the road they are great. awesome grip on wet roads and what not. but over all a horrible tire.


Rating  Key - The star rating keys are specific to the terrain being rated in the review.  To the Top 
Don't even consider it if this is your main terrain. This tire will not perform well at all in this terrain.

Its trying but not doing too well.  You'd be better off choosing another for this terrain.

Average.  Its doing ok, not great but its holding its own.  A decent choice if you're compromising.

This tire does very well in this terrain but its not the best tire available however still a very good choice.

This tire performs exceptionally well in this terrain.  Among the best suited for this terrain.

Size Availability - This is a one to three thumbs up snapshot rating where one mean poor selection, two means ok and three means great.  Check with suppliers or manufacturers for actual available sizes.  While this rating system is vague, we couldn't possibly list all available sizes with size selection changing over time.  Please see manufacturer for list of sizes in production.

Money Bags - This is an average cost scale based on an averaged advertised cost of this tire when compared to other tires.  One money bag represents the tire is typically one of the cheapest available while 5 money bags indicates that this tire is one of the most expensive.  Averages are based on the tires reviewed.



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