The dominant brand in the truck, SUV and off-roading segment, BFGoodrich makes nine specific tires for this segment.

The tires can be divided into three sub-categories. The first is for crossovers and sport utility vehicles and includes the Advantage TA Sport LT and Long Trail TA Sport. Then On-/Off-Road All Terrain category is designed for light off-roading, though is designed for the majority of its use on paved roads. This includes the All-Terrain T/A KO and KO2 as well as the Rugged Trail T/A.

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Finally, there’s the purpose-build off-road category which includes the Krawler T/A KX, designed for use on rocks, while three separate tires deliver different levels of traction in mud: the Mud-Terrain T/A KM, KM2 and KM3.

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While a gross over-simplification of the industry, it’s worth noting that BFGoodrich is one of the leaders (if not THE leader) when it comes to off-road and all-terrain tires. The All Terrain T/A KO2 is one of the most highly-rated, durable and capable off-road tires money can buy.

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BFGoodrich Tire Reviews

BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO2 Tire Review

BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM3 Review

BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T/A Review

BFGoodrich Tire Warranty

Below is a list of all BFGoodrich tires that come with a tread wear or mileage warraty, as well as what that specific warranty is.

Advantage T/A 75,000 miles
Advantage T/A H/V 60,000 miles
Commercial T/A A/S 2 6 year standard limited warranty
Commercial T/A Traction 6 year standard limited warranty
g-Force Super Sport A/S H/V 50,000 miles
g-Force Super Sport A/S Z 35,000 miles
Long Trail T/A Tour 60,000 miles
Rugged Terrain T/A 50,000 miles
Touring T/A H/V 60,000 miles
Touring T/A Pro Series T 75,000 miles
Traction T/A Pro Series T 70,000 miles