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BFGoodrich KM3 Mud-Terrain Tire Testing | Off-Road.com



Last December, after accepting the invitation, we found ourselves on a plane to Georgia. Our small group discretely drove through sections of the Durhamtown Off-Road Resort and plowed through plenty of fresh mud (thanks to recent heavy rains) on the current KM2 Mud-Terrain tires and the in-development KM3 (which we now have permission to officially call the KM3). The experience was great, provided us with insight into the tire design and exactly what BFGoodrich engineers are looking to accomplish with the new tire, and it provided BFG with a gauge on their progress from racers and journalists... continue reading


What would you like to see from BFG's next generation mud-terrain?
 

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Some siping on the generally smooth treadblocks, long life, 45000 plus miles, 3ply-(which BFG is already pretty good about doing), and OWL options with a very aggressive sidewall. I need something to replace my Mud Countrys after all these hard miles. Also, not over 1000 dollars for a set of four 35" tires.
 

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Some siping on the generally smooth treadblocks, long life, 45000 plus miles, 3ply-(which BFG is already pretty good about doing), and OWL options with a very aggressive sidewall. I need something to replace my Mud Countrys after all these hard miles. Also, not over 1000 dollars for a set of four 35" tires.
^ ^ ^ This.

Many guys run one tire year round and also live in areas of the country / world where the winters can be severe. Bit fat, smooth tread blocks are a no go. I chose the Goodyear Duratrac because of the additional siping but still had a mud terrain style tread. Some additional siping may sway some folks towards this tire.
 
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