BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 has a 20 percent tougher sidewall and features race-proven CoreGard Technology to take on the toughest road hazards with confidence. The split and bruise resistant sidewall rubber is derived from BFGoodrichs race proven Baja T/A KR2 tire. Adding a thicker, extended shoulder rubber down the sidewall helps to protect more of the critical sidewall failure zone. BFG has longer teadlife tires that extend your adventures On and Off-Road. Specially formulated tread rubber that has been optimally blended to reduce chip and tear for superior gravel road endurance. The advanced tire footprint shape results in more evenly distributed stress, for longer more uniform wear. Interlocking tread design will provide increased tread block stability, for more even wear over the long haul. Reject stone retention and provide extra tread cleanout protection against stone drilling with the BFG Stone Ejectors. Aggressive All-Terrain Traction that exceeds the Rubber Manufacturer Association Severe Snow Traction performance requirements to confidently get where you want to go in any weather condition.
what is the with of the Lt275/70R18 AT T/A KO2 tire
Asked by EARL THE PEARL from LUDOWICI GA on
Hi Earl The LT275/70R18, All-Terrain T/A KO2 shows it is 10.8 inch wide. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from LUDOWICI GA on
1 have a 2005 Ford F-150 4wd super crew, my factory tire size is 275/65/18 and im sure it will probably work but will it throw my speed odometer off.
Asked by ken from goldsboro,nc on
Ken, Since the BF Goodrich Tires LT275/70R18, All-Terrain T/A KO2 is taller than your factory tire then your speedometer will be slightly off. This can be corrected with a tuner. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S @ Ext 4876 from goldsboro,nc on
I have ford 150 lariat 2014 crew cab , my original tires size is 275 65 r18 , 275 70 r18 fit in my truck ? O better put original size?
Asked by Peter from Charlotte ,nc on
Peter, The difference between the 2 tires is about an inch bigger. on the 275 70 r18 is about 33.2 inches, where the 275-65-r18 is about 32.1 inches. It should work without any issues.
Answered by Ken, ext4987 from Charlotte ,nc on
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