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February 12, 2020
Great tire, smooth ride on roads
Worth the money I’ve bought BFG tire before and they last a long time. These tire have a very smooth ride on the road and pretty good traction off road.Helpful (0)
December 20, 2019
Great tire with an Aggressive look
This tire is the best for those who want to have the aggressive MT look, but are also daily drivers on highway and roads. The noise is very low, and the tire is great of providing a good grip on the pavement while you drive.Helpful (3)
November 20, 2019
Best all around tire there is
Best all around, do everything, go everywhere tire made. Put a set of 33x12.5x15 on my Jeep JK and have put 30,000 miles on them and they hardly show any wear. I would say 90 of the driving is highway and 10 offroad. Spent a couple weeks in the Oregon sand dunes and they worked great, spent all last winter playing in the deep snow and cutting roads and they did great. During elk season the mud was deep and sloppy and didnt have a problem. Not sure anyone could get me to switch to another tire or that any other tire would give me as much per my dollar.Helpful (4)
September 15, 2019
very quiet on the road and reasonably good in mud, does not self clean very well but is not a mud tireHelpful (1)
August 25, 2019
Expensive but great tires , I’m running the 33” set up and they’re smooth for on road .Helpful (2)
August 05, 2019
Love these tires. They look way more aggressive in person than they do online and I havent noticed any difference in noise or how they drive.Helpful (1)
July 23, 2019
Best All-Terrain Tires
I have the 315/70R17 on a 2.5in lift and I absolutely love the look and ride. I use my Jeep as an everyday driver, but still hit the trails on the weekend. I've found with all the All-Terrains on the market, it is difficult to find the perfect balance between Road Noise and Trail Traction, but these are the closest you're going to get for the price.Helpful (1)
July 04, 2019
BF Goodrich KO 2’s
They weren’t the cheapest tires but I love them they are quiet on the road but aggressive enough for off-roadHelpful (1)
April 20, 2019
Beefy looking tire, extremely quite for the tread depth on the highway.Helpful (1)
April 18, 2019
Since installing these I have not noticed any difference between driving on a hot sunny day or driving in snow and rain. Tires grip great and refuse to slip.... so far.Helpful (1)
Novice here: don't want to add a lift kit but would like bigger tires. How big and wide can get without having to go through the expense of getting a lift kit? Example, can I get 31" tires that are 17" wide. I have a 2015 Unlimited with the Altitude package. Thanks.
Yes, you would be able to fit 31" tires with a 17" in diameter wheel without having to lift your Wrangler. If you decide to go with a 33" tire than you would at least need a 1.5" lift kit or leveling kit to properly fit the wheels.
I have a 2018 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with 255/70 x 18s. Can I move up to 275/65 x 18 T/A KO2s on the stock wheels without other modifications? Thank you!
The 275/65/18 in the BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 Tire will work just fine on your model.
Would bfg t/a k02 265/65r18 fit with stock jeep wrangler 4 door Sahara 2014 without rubbing? no lift for jeep thanks
Hello! That size should not run into any issues with rubbing, however I would not go any larger than that.
I have a 2016 JKU rubicon with 255 75 17, stock rims no lift. Will 275 70 17 or 285 70 17 fit. I see the JLU rubicon come with 285 70 17.
Depending on the type of driving you do, either one of those 2 tire sizes will work
There seems to be some different answers here. I have a 2015 4dr Sahara With stock 255/70R/18 which came with the Altitude package. I do want a bigger tire and want to keep my 18” rims that came with the package. I believe that equates to a 31 inch diameter tire. Sadly, my garage will only allow me about another 2 inches max through the door. So I think that means I can do a 33 inch diameter tire. Does that equate to a 265/70R/18 or does that equate to a 275/70R/18? Also is a lift kit/leveling kit needed for either? Thanks!
A lift/leveling kit is not required to clear 33" tires, but it would be recommended if you wish to retain any articulation. As for standard to metric conversions for the tire sizes, they're as follows: 255/70R18 = 32.1x10R18 265/70R18 = 32.6x10.4R18 275/70R18 = 33.2x10.8R18
The 35s will fit, however you will have some rubbing/slapping the fenders if you hit any big bumps/potholes or go off-roading in any capacity.
That size would fit your stock wheel.
A 12" wide tire is the max size you can mount on factory wheels. Tire height and sidewall are irrelevant.
You would want to stick with a 31" tire if you have not done any kind of lift.
A 275/70R17 would fit on a stock ride height JL.
Mileage will vary based on driving habits and environment. Fitment depends on what wheel size, lift, etc. the vehicle has.
You may experience some rubbing with that size tire, and we would not suggest installing those tires before installing your lift kit.
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