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BF Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2

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MSRP: $1,500.00
Average Price: $66,735.36
Manufacturer: BF Goodrich
Recommended?
Yes: 157 / No: 1

New for 2007 next generation BFG Mud Terrain

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jfrabat
Registered User
jfrabat's Reviews

05-24-2010, 04:35 PM
Price: $240.00
Pros: Road noise is low (for an MT; it's about as lout as an AT), grip on dry and wet pavement is quite good, and they can take good abuse (I had a wheel come off my Jeep, and it tore a deep gash on one tire, but it held on quite well and it is not loosing presure). Traction on mud is also very good!
Cons: Price and availability
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I have had these tires on for about 9 months now, and I have thrown everything I could think of at them: thick, gooey Costa Rican mud, heavy Panamnanian downpours, 600 mile road trips, etc. Every time they have taken the obstacles in stride and have kept on chugging! I dont regreat for a sec having gotten these tires!


willrigdon
Registered User
willrigdon's Reviews
05-22-2010, 08:36 PM
Price: $190.00
Pros: Less road noise than wrangler mtr, aggressive tread pattern, good price
Cons: none so far
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I think they be a tad bit small for my 6.5 long arm lift, but at full flex i think they are a good size.


Louie4

Powah Injanir
Louie4's Reviews
05-13-2010, 06:01 PM
Price: $198.00
Pros: Rides very well. Not too loud on the road at all. Digs and pulls great on the trail.
Cons: Fairly expensive but you get what you pay for in my opinion.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I've been running these 33" x 10.5" KM2's for several months now I love them on the road. They are very quite and ride very well. I have done some light trail riding and hit a mud hole or two and the tires seemed to dig well and pull through. They were great on the rocks as well. But I have enjoyed these tires. The price is a little more than a standard mud tire but I think it' worth it.


whitecj7
Registered User
whitecj7's Reviews
04-27-2010, 11:22 AM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Good looking, Quiet.
Cons: Price
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I love the look of the new style of BFG's KM2's. Good stance and quiet.


sahara_tj
Registered User
sahara_tj's Reviews

03-20-2010, 07:13 AM
Price: $1,050.00
Pros: all-around functionality, bulletproof sidewalls
Cons: a little noisy once you get over 5k miles on them
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Grippy in every kind of terrain. Did Jeep Jamboree in WV last year, these tires helped me keep up with a Rubicon on ATs through the rocks, before I put my lockers in. These tires are in a class by themselves when compared all-around to any other mud tire.


-BeNt-
Registered User
-BeNt-'s Reviews
03-07-2010, 05:56 AM
Price: $1,050.00
Pros: Excellent grip and on-road manners.
Cons: Noisy at high speeds on road.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Cost me 1050 for 5 tires mounting and balancing at a local shop. Could have gotten them cheaper online but by the time I paid shipping and handling plus mounting and balancing it would have cost me more, by about $150.

They are excellent during trail riding and mud. Haven't had a chance to try them in snow and ice since we don't get much around here, but the small amount of rock I've been on they have been VERY well behaved.

So far they are wearing really well, and have very good road manners. For once I buy a mud tire that plays it's roll off road and acts like it should on road. Decently quiet on the road till you start getting a slight roar about 50mph, gets progressively louder as you speed up but never to the point you can't talk to the people riding with you, unlike many other mud tires.

For the price and features this is, in my opinion, the best all around tire for any Jeeper out there.


MountainGrizz

Registered User
MountainGrizz's Reviews
02-16-2010, 10:31 AM
Price: $775.00
Pros: Quite, Great Grip
Cons: Wears Quik
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Best Rock Crawlin' Tires, Alot of Bite on the rocks and mud. Handles good on the roads and highways.


RaggedOleMan

Registered User
RaggedOleMan's Reviews
02-13-2010, 04:52 AM
Price: $1,000.00
Pros: Excellent road manners and barely audible. Performs in the dirt and doesn't complain when I air them down to 10lbs.
Cons: None that I can think of.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I bought five (33-12.5 R15's) of them to replace the 32" Dunlop's. What a difference. Wish I'd bought the BFG's the first time around. They've got about 15k on them now and still have about nearly 9/16" tread depth. I'm hoping to get 45k out of them. It's daily driver and the BFG's are at home on the pavement as they are off road. I run them with 28lbs on the street and 10/11 lbs off road.


Nashirak

Registered User
Nashirak's Reviews
01-29-2010, 09:11 PM
Price: $190.00
Pros: Great ride VERY low road noise Look great Phenomenal traction
Cons: Slight rumbling at idle-speeds, but to be expected from the tread blocks
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I've only had the tires for a few hundred miles so far, but I love them already. I'll be able to comment further once I put some longer miles on them (long term wear, etc). But basically nothing negative to say so far.


MaulCrawler

Registered User
MaulCrawler's Reviews
01-16-2010, 10:23 AM
Price: $200.00
Pros: Awesome tire all round JF staple
Cons: none yet
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Seems to be a JF staple and i can see why.Very agressive mud tire.Has a nice low lug growl on road that sounds awesome.Good road manners.Highly reccomend.


Aarea

Registered User
Aarea's Reviews

12-27-2009, 06:14 PM
Price: $200.00
Pros: Excellent traction compared to the old KM1. Climbs over the snow mounds with ease (w/o lockers) and the dirt/mud performance amazed me.
Cons: I have yet to find any. The sound is there but is far less than the older KM's
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I got these in the 33x12.5 size right before my trip to the Northwoods Overland Park in northern Wisconsin. The trip took 6 hours to get there of highway driving. The tires handled well at 65mph and the noise was low compared to my '91 yj that had 35" KM1. Once at the park, the tires did excellent on the "yellow" and "green" trails. The area had 8 inches of rain over the previous week and was still pouring so i did not bother trying the hardest trail. The tires chugged the mud well and the winch was needed only twice on two very steep mud slopes (no lockers). All in all I love the way the tires look and perform.


chilocito69XJ
Registered User
chilocito69XJ's Reviews
12-10-2009, 01:19 PM
Price: $650.00
Pros: excellent rock climber, mudding, and all terrain, also is great on the street and in the wet road
Cons: kind of rough
Recommended? Yes

Comments: The km's 2 are great tires for off road and also keep a good handling in highway


TheSherp

Registered User
TheSherp's Reviews
12-10-2009, 09:46 AM
Price: $214.00
Pros: Awseom looks and proformance
Cons: Suck on ice but doesnt all M/T tires
Recommended? Yes

Comments: in my opinion the best tires you can get for the money and all around proformance.


cowboy63b
Registered User
cowboy63b's Reviews
12-06-2009, 12:41 AM
Price: $185.00
Pros: great all around tire
Cons: sucks on wet pavement
Recommended? Yes

Comments: well if you get these tires be prepared to pay, they arent cheap, but mud, rocks, snow, sand, dry pavement, they shine, not to loud but they do sing.


charlestrm

Registered User
charlestrm's Reviews
11-21-2009, 11:10 AM
Price: $625.00
Pros: great on road tire, does fine off road, on rocks, and light mud
Cons: when submerged in mud they don't clean out well
Recommended? Yes

Comments: They are great tire I'd recommend to any one who plans on light duty wheeling, but if you get in deep mud, it just won't work out.


JeepWJ

Registered User
JeepWJ's Reviews
11-17-2009, 09:48 PM
Price: $200.00
Pros: Haven't had them long enough to wheel much with them, but everyone says they're good. EDIT -- I've wheeled them; they're awesome.
Cons: They make a little more noise and cause the Jeep to handle different than stock, but that's what mud tires do. I don't have any experience with other tires, but I've heard others are WAY worse than the KM2s. EDIT -- They get a pretty good howl going on the right road surface, at about 33 mph.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: First, the price I put is the price per tire.

I got the KM2s because I wanted mud tires on my Jeep, and I'd heard nothing but good about the KM2s. I had a little trouble getting them, because they're so new, and one guy at the shop told me they'd be back ordered for a month, but another guy found them through a different supplier.

They look BAD!!!!! (In a good way).

On road, they do hum a bit. First time I started driving in my Jeep, my reaction was 'oh-oh, am I gonna like this??', but after just over a week of owning them, I've done 250 miles on the interstate, and the hum doesn't bug me at all. Handling is a bit different, but not bad. I think it's mainly that the tires just grab stuff (including the concrete) better than the stock ones did. It's an adjustment, but like I said, you get used to it pretty quick.

I haven't had too much chance to wheel yet, as I've owned them just over a week, but the little I did off road, there is ABSOLUTELY no comparing these puppies with stock tires. The ride off road is so much smoother, you skid around less, etc. I love 'em.

EDIT -- I went out with a bunch of guys a month or two ago. LOTS of mud. Everyone running A/Ts was getting stuck right and left. Other people were surprised at how well I did, and I'm pretty sure it was mostly the tires.

The only thing I will say about the KM2s (and this applies to all outsized tires) is that you WILL notice what feels like less power. It's just the gear ratio, and can be fixed with different gears, but it is a little disconcerting. If you don't know that's going to happen, you could get a little surprised by it. I saw it coming, and I was a little surprised by how much power I lost. But like I said, change the gear ratio, and you're fine.

All in all, I love my new tires EDIT -- 6 months later, this still holds, except now it's more like I wouldn't buy any other tire.


markhuntsville

Junior Member
markhuntsville's Reviews
11-04-2009, 08:20 AM
Price: $220.00
Pros: Krawler-like tread pattern
Cons: Price
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These tire are a great cross between the old mud terrain and the krawler - the tread pattern is very close to the crawler and works well on the rocks as well as the mud.


IOUnlimited
Registered User
IOUnlimited's Reviews
10-19-2009, 09:10 AM
Price: $250.00
Pros: Excellent traction, cleans out well
Cons: Shortage of supply when I ordered. I'll buy them again but look around to find the supply in advance.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These have been a good upgrade from my MTRs. The MTRs would not clean out causing the tires to become caked with mud. The KM2s clean out much better and behave very well on road.


Nicho

Registered User
Nicho's Reviews
10-07-2009, 09:12 PM
Price: $900.00
Pros: great product
Cons: Not as good off road as the previous BFG MT's
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I prefer the previous BFG-MT's but these are fine.


sracer2005
Registered User
sracer2005's Reviews
10-06-2009, 03:51 AM
Price: $1,350.00
Pros: Great tread pattern. Hooks up great in all kinds of terrain.
Cons: None as of yet. Only had them for about 2 months.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Great tire. Low road noise.


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