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BFGoodrich

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Features The all-terrain tire with all the attributes leading pickup and SUV makers look for when they select an original equipment tire: great traction, rugged looks, long treadlife, and a smooth, comfortable ride. Original equipment on many leading trucks. Tread pattern and aggressive sidewall appearance adapted from our legendary SCORE Baja Series-dominating tires. Aggressive tread performs across wide range of surfaces, including full Mud & Snow rating. Two-ply polyester carcass (...)
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Features The BFGoodrich Radial Long Trail T/A`s asymmetric all-season tread design and stabilized outside shoulder provides exceptional dry traction and control and minimal highway noise. The excellent wet and snow traction is given by the aggressive, open inside shoulder elements and full tread depth Two full-width steel belts assures a superb traction and control, precise steering response and good bruise and puncture resistance ETEC System™ (Equal TEnsion Containment System) (...)
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Features: Low void asymmetric/directional tread design;dry/max handling optimized outboard (21% void);wet handling optimized inboard (31% void), Optimized for outstanding dry traction Large, stable block elements provides enhanced stability, wear and handling under high torque loads Wide center ribs, flat crown profile, high contact surface ratio Thanks to the proprietary BlackTech™ tread compound the BFGoodrich g-ForceT/A(r) KD tire has excellent wet and dry grip (UTQG traction (...)
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Features: Special sport compact sizes engineered for FWD applications; SUV dub and dub-plus sizes engineered to handle truck load capacity requirements; traditional performance sizes as well Unidirectional racing-influenced tread design provides exceptional dry and wet traction and handling with low noise Large CAD-designed tread elements enhances stability, wear and handling under high torque loads Deep, wide grooves help speed water evacuation and reduce hydroplaning together with the (...)

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