BF Goodrich produces several models of tires designed for all-terrain or off-road use. You may want these types of tires for traction on a variety of surfaces including snow, ice, mud, gravel and rocks. Specifications to consider include size and dimensions, speed ratings, load ratings and tread depth.
All-Terrain T/A KO
BF Goodrich produces these tires in sizes ranging from 25.5 to 37.5 inches in diameter and 7.7 to 13.2 inches in section width. Load indexes range from 99 to 127. Speed ratings include Q, R and S. Tread depth ranges from 15/32 to 17/32 inch. Maximum load for single tires, depending on varying pounds per square inch (psi), ranges from 1710 to 3860 lbs. Maximum load for dual tires, depending on varying psi, ranges from 1610 to 3305 lbs.
Mud-Terrain T/A KM2
These tires come in sizes ranging from 27.9 to 41.8 inches in diameter and 8.5 to 14.7 inches in section width. Load indexes range from 100 to 127. Speed ratings include P and Q. Tread depth ranges from 18/32 to 20/32 inch. Maximum load for single tires, depending on varying psi, ranges from 1765 to 3860 lbs. Maximum load for dual tires, depending on varying psi, ranges from 1610 to 3415 lbs.
Mud Terrain T/A KM
This type of tire, named a "10 Most Influential product" by "JP" Magazine, according to the BF Goodrich website, only comes in one size: 32.05 inches in diameter and 10 inches in section width. It has a load index of 111, a speed rating of Q and tread depth of 19/32 inch. Single tires have a maximum of 2,405 lbs. at 50 psi.
Designed as an off-road racing tire, this model comes in sizes ranging from 32.8 to 36.7 inches in diameter and 11.2 to 13.4 inches in section width. Load indexes range from 108 to 124, and the tire has a speed rating of T for all sizes. Tread depth ranges from 14/32 to 18/32 inch. Maximum load for single tires, depending on varying psi, ranges from 2225 to 3525 lbs.
Krawler T/A KX
BF Goodrich designed these tires for excellent gripping on rocky terrain, producing them in sizes from 35 to 41.54 inches in diameter and 12.9 to 14.7 inches in section width. Load indexes range from 114 to 125. All sizes is have a speed rating of L and a 22/32-inch tread depth. Maximum load for single tires ranges from 2,600 to 3,640 lbs. at 35 psi.
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