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BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T/A - 275/70R18 116T

Item# 09566543000P | Model# 01195 | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T/A - 275/70R18 116T
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The BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A Tire That Gets You Through it AllThe BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A tire is always ready for an adventure. From smooth, modern highways to muddy wilderness roads, this tire delivers not only confidence, but the performance to back it up.The BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A all-season tire is built to increase driver and passenger comfort with computer-designed, variable pitched treads that offer noiseless rides. Two circumferential grooves also provide a better grip on wet roads to smoothly and safely navigate bends and curves. A rugged look perfectly fits this light truck and SUV tire's bold performance.

  • The BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A tire is ideal for year-round driving
  • Grooved to evacuate water and improve wet surface driving
  • Reduced tread noise
  • A tough off-road ride that is smooth and quiet in town and on the highway
  • Solid on- and off-road maneuverability
  • Limited 72-month warranty
  • Made in USA
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Not Great

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These came factory on my Tacoma. 16 thousand miles and already three out of the four tires are dry rotting in between the treads and will have to be replaced.

July 8th via bfgoodrich-us
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Must have hit the lottery with my Rugged Trail T/A

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I have read a lot of reviews on the Rugged Trail T/A tires, and to say the reviews are mixed is an understatement. To the point that I must have hit the lottery with the OEM tires that came on my F150 with HDPP. The size of my OEM tires is LT245/75R17 LRE. Apparently, these tires come in two different tread designs, but the design on mine is the "dog bone" design that the KO2's come in. I just ordered a set of KO2's to replace the OEM Rugged Trail's on my truck. I have 71,250 miles currently on my truck.

May 18th via bfgoodrich-us
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Impressive performance in snow and ice conditions

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I purchased a used full-size SUV with these already installed and in fairly new condition. They got me through a brutal 2018/2019 Winter season (227.1" total as of May 1,2019). I recently have been on the "All-Weather is better than All-Season" bandwagon (Nokian WR-G3, Rotiiva AT) but these BFG Rugged Trail's worked just as good. I can't speak for the other BFG products but I will buy these Rugged Trail's again.

May 11th via bfgoodrich-us
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TIME TO GET ANOTHER SET

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My F250 came with these tires and they have been good to me for 4 years and 54,000 miles. I'm shopping for exact replacements because I liked the way they wore and rode. There is still a lot of tread left but they are aging out and I need a dependable tire because I tow a 8000 lb travel trailer. They don't seem to get very good traction on anything other than a solid surface with my long 4x2 truck. I don't use my truck for off road use.

February 28th via bfgoodrich-us
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Great tires

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I consistently get 89,000 - 95,000 mile out of these tires on my 206 Ram diesel.
shopping for my fourth set!

January 6th via bfgoodrich-us
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