by Damon Adams
(Dingley Village Vic 3172)

Rating out of 10: 9

Brand: BF Goodrich Mud Terrain Km2
Type: Mud terrain
Tyre/Tire Size: 285/70/R17 (33)
Fitted on: 2012 Nissan Patrol factory alloys.
Kilometers/miles done: 100,000
We have had our BFGs for the last couple of years now, and can not fault them! They have done a lot of road miles as well as a lot of off road usage at low pressures.

They preform extremely well in the muddy hills in Victoria, as well as the loose rocky hill climbs in the Victorian high country.
They have very strong side walls, and on our hard trips we run them at about 18 psi, with the GU fully loaded weighing about 3 tone.

We also get excellent wear life out of our tires, and our last set did over 100,000 kilometers and still performed well off road, with plenty of usable tread available.

A little bit noisy once they wear down.
Wear unevenly if you don't run them at the right pressure and rotate them regularly.

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Jun 09, 2018
by: josh

They are alright in the wet but if u go around a sharp corner they will slide out a bit but just back the throttle.

Jan 28, 2017
exceptional snow traction
by: J. Davis

I have put the KM2's to the test on road and off road from 2-27 inches of snow. They have unreal traction. 10 out of 10.

97 Jeep TJ
Virginia, USA

Oct 07, 2015
by: Steve

Wow 100,000 km that's awesome. but how was the wet bitumen grip?

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