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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO Tire LT275/65R18/E 123R
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About this item
Here's the all-terrain SUV tire that KOs the competition. The BFGoodrich all-terrain T/A KO tire is the tire that invented the all-terrain category. This BFGoodrich tire is designed for pickup, Jeep and SUV owners who want to upgrade their original equipment tires for better performance and appearance. The BFGoodrich all-terrain tire remains the race-winning standard for on- and off-road performance, substantial mileage and a bold look that transforms the appearance of any vehicle you put it on.
BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO Tire, LT275/65R18/E 123R:
- Two full-width steel belts
- TriGard three-ply polyester carcass absorbs shocks, while the stiffer tread improves both steering response and road feel
- High-strength, single-strand bead construction for improved ride and increased bead strength
- Dual-compound tread of the BFGoodrich all-terrain T/A KO tire provides long life and increased durability
- Rim Protector helps protect wheel and tire from off-road hazards, especially during aired-down driving
- Raised white lettering to accent your vehicle
- ShoulderLock technology features upper sidewall traction bars and shoulder grooves that are 40 percent wider
Tire installation from $12 per tire. Click here for more info.
- Treadwear Warranty: N/A (damaged/defective only)
- Tire Type: Light Truck-On/Off Highway
- Sidewall: Outlined Raised White Letters
- Speed Rating: R
- Load Index: 123
- Speed Rating Translation: 106 mph
- Load Index Translation: 3417 lbs.
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||54.76|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||32.1 x 10.98 x 32.1|
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