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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO - LT235/75R15C 104S - All Season Tire

Item# 09566542000P | Added on January 1, 2000 | Seller: Sears.com
BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO - LT235/75R15C 104S - All Season Tire
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You Don’t Have to Stay on Course with the All Terrain T/A RWL All-Season Tire
The BFGoodrich All Terrain All-Season Tire will keep you connected to the road beneath whether it's dirt, sand, gravel, mud or packed snow. This tire sets the standard for both on-road and off-road performance. This BFGoodrich tire is the perfect fit for anyone who lets the road lead them where it may.

  • The BFGoodrich All Terrain All-Season Tire gives your truck or SUV a leg up
  • A bold look with distinctive sidewall styling and high-void tread design
  • Improved stress distribution for increased tread life and enhanced resistance to irregular wear
  • ShoulderLock technology and dual-compound tread help keep you in control
  • Three-ply polyester carcass creates a stiffer tread area
  • Resistance to puncture and bruising
  • Rated high in wear life, so your tires last longer
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By Clayslayer
November 1st, 2011
One of the best truck tires on the market

These tires rock.

The Good:  Traction in snow is awesome.  Treadlife is amazing, I've had these on my truck for SEVEN YEARS.  They'll dry rot before they wear out.  They look cool, they aren't noisy on the hallway.

The Bad:  There are better tires in the mud.  These are good but not great.

The All Terrain TA is a great comprimise for someone who spends most of their time on roads but wants the look (and capability to back it up) of an off road tire.  A good bonus is that you'll be able to hear yourself think and they'll last for quite a lont time.  If you have a need for a dedicated off road tire these aren't the best.  Get Swampers and change them out every year.

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Clayslayer

One of the best truck tires on the market

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<p>These tires rock.</p>
<p>The Good:  Traction in snow is awesome.  Treadlife is amazing, I've had these on my truck for SEVEN YEARS.  They'll dry rot before they wear out.  They look cool, they aren't noisy on the hallway.</p>
<p>The Bad:  There are better tires in the mud.  These are good but not great.</p>
<p>The All Terrain TA is a great comprimise for someone who spends most of their time on roads but wants the look (and capability to back it up) of an off road tire.  A good bonus is that you'll be able to hear yourself think and they'll last for quite a lont time.  If you have a need for a dedicated off road tire these aren't the best.  Get Swampers and change them out every year.</p>

November 1st, 2011 via sears.com
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wcf23

BF All terrain tires last 4 ever

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All i have to say is i've been driving on these tires for almost 45,000 miles. Its getting time to replace them now and i'm getting the same exact ones. These tires were great, are still holding up. They look good, drive good. I recommend these tires on all trucks

January 10th, 2011 via sears.com
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