Rated 5 out of 5 by FlyinCowboy This Tire Took me anywhere
I used these tires on the rocks in the mud and on the road. These tires weren't very loud on the road so it made road trips comfortable, and the ride wasn't to rough. They were excellent on the rocks, took me everywhere I asked them to. The tread life on these tires are excellent. I have over 14K miles on them and they still look brand new. The musd these tires pulled right through, they dont necessarily clear right away but they do well.
March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarcusSoCal Great tire!
These really are a great tire. I am on my 2nd set, and I'm constantly impressed by how smooth they are on the road, how long they last, and they perform off road. The first set lasted about 65K miles on our 2010 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited. It's not a light vehicle at all, and 65K is amazing! When changed, the tires actually could have lasted another 10K or so if they had been rotated regularly, but the fronts just got too worn. On the second set now, and just as impressed as the first. Compared to the old BFG Mud KM: -These are quieter and smoother on the street (old KMs were great, but used to shudder/vibrate under 10mph, and make a little more hum on hwy, which is surprising since the tread is almost the same). -Just as great off road Compared to the new style BFG Mud KM2 on our other family Jeep Unlimited Rubicon: -I find these to be a quieter and smoother than the new-style KM2 model. The new-style KM2 tire makes me put my window up when driving on hwy next to a divider wall that reflect sound; the hum is too much. -Pretty equal off road, New KM2 tire seems to have thicker/stiffer sidewalls that might handle more abuse, but haven't blown any, so can't really say. Compared to BFG A/T that I ran for years on various vehicles: -Both are excellent tires -I am surprised to find these as smooth and quiet on the street as the BFG A/Ts were (the original BFG Mud KMs were definitely louder since I had them back to back with BFG A/Ts on the same truck, but these are as quiet as the A/T, seriously) -BFG A/Ts handle light rain, snow, and ice better -These Mud KMs handle offroad, deep snow, deep water (hydroplane-type situation) better. I would definitely recommend these to anyone, and I'll be buying them again. I only wish they had more sizes available.
March 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jake5 Awesome!
I love the way bfg is bringing back to old km design! They are the best looking tire and best everything there noisy but what do you expect when your getting a mud tire that's the whole experience of it! I have a 1993 f350 with 35x12.50 and I have not found a mud hole that's going so stop me these tires are outstanding but if one thing bring it back to the old km completely nothing is better then those tires!
February 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jrod Great Tire
These tires are one of the best off-road tires on the market. There's a reason the came stock with my 2011 Jeep Rubicon...only the best tires for the best off-road vehicle! They aren't the best tires for a wet or icy road, but they are the best tire when you get off the pavement. As a final note, no tire with aggressive tread is going to be excellent on pavement in the rain, ice, or hard packed snow because there's less surface area touching the road...they're meant to dig in!
October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JeepRubiconJ3000Owner Great Tire
These came stock on my 2013 Rubicon Unlimted. Awesome looking tire, and GREAT traction in soft mud, gravel, and rocks. I am hoping to see performance in snow on a trip to PA this winter. I do a lot of my wheeling in low range and idle a lot through trails. I hardly have to engage my locking differentials, and I rarely get any spin at all. Even on hills that require more power and speed, my Jeep just walks right through it! I would like to get these tires for my 1967 J-3000 full size Jeep, but the correct size isn't offered. This is the first OEM tire I have seen that is an excellent choice. Road noise is ok, low speed road vibration is a little more than one would expect, but that's ok. I only have 10000 miles on my Rubicon, and they still look new, but I have no clue about wear yet, thus the GOOD rating on wear..
October 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rubiyota Great tires
I bought these aftermarket for my 2002 Toyota Tundra and they came stock on my 2007 Jeep Rubicon. I have a LOT of mud on my farms and these are the only tires I've ever had that worked well. Used to get stock ALL the time. Both vehicles have winches and are rarely used. They are relatively quiet for mud tires and I have 30,000 miles on the Jeep and looks like they are 1/2 gone. They are not the most quiet tires, but NO true mud tires are quiet. They ARE quieter than another name brand that didn't work as well and were returned. Great tire for it's use.
July 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by BIGROD NOT HAPPY
I have these tires on my 1997 F-150 , that I use for hunting and going through trails and everyday driving. They work ok through mud and dirt . But these tires are LOUD for everyday driving , no traction on wet pavement , and they wear horribly with the tread getting very choppy , and ruining the ride of my truck . I will never buy another set of these tires or another set of BFG again , And I would never recomend these tires to anyone
April 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by code5coupe Top Choice
I use the KM1 on my 1984 K10. It is my hunting vehicle and, as such, I often have to pull my duckboat out of the water on slick/snowy/muddy unimproved boat ramps. The KM1 does surprisingly well in deep snow, not so well on ice (as you might expect). Mud is seldom a problem and is not a tire issue, rather it is a "no locking diffs" issue. :) Only several downsides: one, they aren't made in my sizes any more (I also have them for my Jeep WJ). Two, they are a bit noisy on dry pavement (no big deal). Three, they are not cheap. Overall, I'd buy again if BFG still made them. As it is, I'll have to go with another brand who offers a similar tread pattern. (the KM2 is NOT a suitable replacement)
March 31, 2013