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Old 09-27-2010, 04:57 PM   #1
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i have a 1997 jeep wrangler 4.0 and i just got a set of BFGoodrich RADIAL ALL TERRAIN T/A KO. i was wondering if i could get some help on if i picked an good tire i will mostly be on roads but occasionally i will be going on the beach and snow in the winter and i live in jersey so we get a good amount in the snowy winter and also i do a bit of trail riding but i would like to know some pros and cons about this tire or what ever info u might have on them? thanks to who ever helps with this post

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Old 09-27-2010, 05:14 PM   #2
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From my past experience with the BFG's, great wear factor, good in snow and rain. They are not a mud terrain so be careful where you go with them, for light trail riding you should be fine. As for the beach someone else may chime in with their experience with them. Enjoy the ride!

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My dad has these on his truck. They've proven to be pretty decent in snow, rain, dirt, but as said above, not the best for mudding. No experience with sand though.

Oh and he got 100,000 miles out of his first set.
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Not the best choice for muddy wheeling, the grooves would fill up and wouldn't self clean. On the street they were great. And I was extremely impressed how they performed in the big rocks. I aired down to around 15 psi and they rolled over just about every damn thing I could find.

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I have them on my Jeep, almost stock size (p235's) and they work great on road and offroad in the desert/forest, including soft sand if you air down. Good choice.
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I have them on my Jeep...someone once described them like this...and I agree whole-heartedly with it:

BFG A/T KO's are GOOD tires in almost all conditions...not the greatest in any given condition, but a good tire all around.

And another good quote...

BFG A/T KO's wear like steel.
(I've heard it's not uncommon to see 50k+ miles on a set when inflated properly and rotated regularly)

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