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Big O Tires Big Foot X/T

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Product Information

Average Price: $578.50
Manufacturer: Big O Tires
Yes: 7 / No: 0

This is an aggressive all-terrain tire that big o put out a few years back and are a wonderfully engineered tire.


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WaterRat72's Reviews

12-02-2015, 05:17 PM
Price: $300.00
Pros: Large lugs Durability in a variety of conditions / weather
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes


I first ran these tires on my old FJ Cruiser. I had the 33's and they performed so well that I was hooked.

I have the 35's on my Rubicon and they have performed flawlessly in a variety of situations. Off road in mud / rocks / dirt when aired down to about 18 psi they are magic. There is some rubber chunking in the lugs from sharp rocks etc. but nothing out of the ordinary. They grip on wet rocks better than KM2's of the same size. I was doing a lot less sliding on these. Although they have a "D" rating, the sidewall is still flexible when aired down.

More recently I had them in the snow / ice and didn't know what to expect. I had read favorable reviews in such conditions but it wasn't until I actually got in the white stuff that I found out just how capable a tire these really are. No slipping. Performed admirably and felt confident. They have a similar tread / lug pattern to the General Grabber but with a better compound from what I've been told. Plus they have some siping which is a huge plus in the snow.

I suppose my only gripe would be that they largest they manufacture is a size 35. It would be nice to perhaps move up to a 37 in these but no dice according to Big-O. Oh well... Also it would be nice if they had a bit more aggressive sidewall lugs but I haven't had any problems off road thus far.

Highly recommend and I will be running these for some time to come.

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ArmyVet717's Reviews
02-03-2011, 03:01 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: None
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These tires are not the greatest. Big O's on front, Wrangler AT's on back... Can't wait to get my new shoes!

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monkeee2002's Reviews

12-11-2010, 08:48 PM
Price: $875.00
Pros: These are good looking tires, not loud for a mud tire. They do well in ice, snow, and mud.
Cons: No cons to list.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These are good looking tires, not loud for a mud tire. They do well in ice, snow, and mud. I paid 875 for 5- 31x10.50x15 tires.

Big O backs them with a 'no questions asked' warranty; if the tire fails, they'll replace it free, no matter what caused the failure. This warranty was a deal-maker for me.
The tires clean out well in both mud and snow. They provide a surprising amount of traction in snow and ice; these are the first tires I've had (without studs) that facilitate reasonable stopping distances on ice.
I will definitely be buying this same tire when they need to be replaced!


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ThunderFoot's Reviews
09-02-2010, 09:05 PM
Price: $920.00
Pros: 3-year warranty. Price.
Cons: Noisy on the highway.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I went pricing tyres and Big O in Boulder essentially gave me an offer I couldn't refuse - buy four get one free. Since I was changing tyre sizes this worked beautifully.

The tyres have a more aggressive tread pattern than the ones that came with the vehicle. This pattern, though, does create a lot of noise on the highway but, heck, it's a Jeep and who cares about road noise.

Whether I would replace them with the same is debatable, not that they aren't good tyres but I'd prefer something a bit larger (just a tad bit, though), maybe 33". This might pose a problem finding that size for a 17" wheel.

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evan1395's Reviews
11-16-2009, 12:43 AM
Price: $450.00
Pros: Great low lug side wall tread, big rubber blocks of tread on the outside make great for airing down when your in fresh powder
Cons: Rocks seem to chew chunks out of the cheap rubber
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Not bad for a good trail running tire. Snow they're not bad when your aired down to about 4-5 lbs, soft sidewalls too which i like.

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Amadeus3's Reviews

03-25-2009, 08:48 PM
Big O Tires Big Foot X/T
Recommended? Yes

Comments: They were on the jeep when I bought it. Can't really comment on treadwear, but they are quiet for a mud tire and the traction is decent. only thing i don't like is the 2 ply sidewall.

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