BFGoodrich Tire Reviews

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.

SEE ALSO: Are BFGoodrich Tires Made by Michelin?

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 Advantage TA Review

BFGoodrich Tire Warranty

Below is a list of all BFGoodrich tires that come with a tread wear or mileage warranty, 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

Are BFGoodrich tires made by Michelin?

BFGoodrich was purchased by French tire manufacturer Michelin in 1990, along with Uniroyal Tires. The brand, which focuses heavily on tires for light trucks, continues to be headquartered in Akron, Ohio. While there are many corporate tie-ups with Michelin, BFG does operate mostly independently and manufactures some of its tires at three US plans based in Tuscaloosa, AL, Wooburn, IN and Opelika, AL.