Update: I’ve driven the BFG KM2 Mud Terrain tires for 7 months; total distance traveled on road was 8,000-10,000 miles.  Trips included:  Portland to Bend Oregon (4 hrs), Portland to Northern California, Portland to Colorado (4,600 miles) and Portland to San Francisco California.  The tires are wearing perfectly and still look like new.

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road

Off Road Trips Included:  Tillamook State Forest (NW Oregon), Goat Mountain (Estacada Area), McGrew Trail (Southern Oregon), Pacific City (Oregon Coast), Iron Chest (Colorado) and the Rubicon (California).

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain Off Road Driving Conditions (35″ x 12.5″)

Sand Traction: We tested the BFG KM2 tires at Pacific City, Oregon.  We tried to get the truck stuck but couldn’t even with the tires at 35 PSI.  The tires dug down but kept pushing the truck forward.  We climbed a couple soft sand hills without issues.  The KM2 tires did much better than my previous Toyo MT tires which seemed to dig straight down.

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road 2

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road 2

Snow & Ice Traction: My BFG KM2 tires are siped in the center which increased slippery surface traction.  There were no traction issues whatsoever in wet or rainy conditions.  Ice traction isn’t great in comparison to the Toyo MT tires.  Snow Traction is alright but not incredible; once again the Toyo MT tires are better.  I would highly recommend siping the center lugs if you drive frequently in snow or ice.

Mud Traction: The BFG KM2 tires are excellent in mud.  Here in the Pacific Northwest we have tons of rain, mud and gooey clay.  These tires hook up.  I never hand an issue with traction in mud.  The tread on the tire sidewall helps immensely when properly aired down.  You won’t be disappointed here.

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road 3

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road 3

Rock Crawling Traction: BFG KM2 tires are incredible in the rocks (very similar to the BFG Crawler tires).  I aired the tires down to 9 PSI and had  ample traction.  The tires grabbed and clung onto every rock surface we drove on.  The sidewall construction is tough; we didn’t have issues with flats or beads coming off.  These are the perfect tires for rock crawling.

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road 4

BFG KM2 Mud Terrain - Off Road 4

On Road: Check out our previous BFG KM2 Mud Terrain Review On Road

I would highly recommend purchasing the BFG KM2 Mud tires for all around solid off road traction with good road manners and seemingly long tread life.

Please comment with your questions or experiences.