What Is The KO2 DT Tire? Did BFGoodrich Go Crazy?

In the world of tires, there are five major components that affect performance: tread pattern, rubber compound, construction type, number of belts and ply ratings. The KO2 Different thread tire is designed with a completely different design in mind than your average tire.

It’s got a new type of tread pattern called “ribs,” which helps keep the tire on the ground when it’s wet or slick out. What does this mean for you? You’ll have better traction and control when you’re driving around town no matter what kind of weather Mother Nature throws at us!

What does it take to be a really good tire? Well, the right tread pattern must be matched with an appropriate rubber compound and construction. But if you want to get specific about what sets KO2 tires apart from the competition, we should talk about our patented ribbed sipes. These little guys create more surface area on contact with the ground and distribute water and slush better than any other tire in its class.

The BFGoodrich KO2 and KO2 DT tires are the same tire except for the “DT” part. The DT stands for “Different Tread.” This means that the tire has a 3-ply construction instead of the typical 2-ply construction found on most passenger tires, providing more durability and tread life.

No DT does not stand for DuraTrac. This is a different tire than the KO2. The Duratrac is a more off road focused tire while the KO2 is a more all terrain tire that is designed for all road and weather conditions. But let’s dive in on what you are here to read about.

What are BFG KO2 DT Tires?

The All-Terrain T/A KO2 DT has a “different tread” compound that is designed specifically for higher torque trucks and SUVs, providing durability in gravel and rougher terrains. For those who live life on the edge or just like to get stuck in some tough terrain from time-to-time; this tire will be your go too!

BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 DT Review

The BFG K02 D.T. is an all-season tire designed for high performance SUVs, crossovers and light trucks. It offers great traction on the highway as well as in light off-road conditions. Though they’re not specifically built for mud, they do excel in winter weather on ice and snow covered roads.

It also has a nice sidewall design with some cool looking jagged edged serrated blocks in the 3-D tread pattern.

The tire is made with a tougher rubber compound that has more traction than its competition. The tire features Baja T/A’s trademark, the All-Terrain “serrated teeth” and inside circumferential grooves for extra biting edges designed to channel away water and dirt to give you better traction.

BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 DT Specifications

Width

10.50in / 26cm

Tire section width

8.34in / 21,5cm

Circumference

32.69in / 83,4cm

Weight per tire

60lbs or 27kg

Load index & speed

111/240 (max. speed: 121mph or 195km/h)

Max load capacity

860lbs or 390kg

Tire Type Tubeless, radial tires for light trucks and SUVs. The tires are self-cleaning, so mud and silt are pushed out to the sides of the tread.

Technologies

All-Terrain T/A KO2 DT, AT T/A (All-terrain), DuraShield (on sidewalls).

The Bfg k02 dt is best for:
SUVs, Minivans and larger crossover vehicles. All-Terrain T/A KO2 DT tires provide a quiet ride with long life performance and also great in winter conditions.

What Does DT Mean On BFG tires?

Different Tread Design

All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires labeled “DT” utilize a different tread compound designed to improve wear in high torque applications and improved chip/tear resistance on gravel. Tires featuring this new molding have 50,000 mile of warranty! The three peak mountain snowflake symbol means they’re not branded with it but still get all of its benefits like longer life expectancy for demanding customers who need something tough enough that won’t break when things are toughest.

“DT” stands for different tread, which means that each tire has a different compound. This is because the mountain/snowflake can be either softer or harder than other areas of the same type (such as pavement) and it shows up more in heavier vehicles such as trucks with high-clearance axles

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Just like the All-Terrain T/A KO2, they come in different compounds and designs depending on their intended purpose. This means that you can get a tire that is just as tough and winterproof in an SUV, but has a significantly longer life than other all-terrains and better fuel economy and gas mileage.

What’s The Difference Between KO2 And KO2 DT?

The new KO2 DT tire is designed for different terrains and conditions. It features a sturdier tread compound that will allow you to go longer before needing replacement, thanks in part by having 3 peak mountain snowflake designations available instead of just one extreme winter storm condition like they used to have on their previous model line up (which fulfilled all three).

The previous model line up the All-Terrain T/A KO had an M+S rating which meant it’s good for snow but not quite as much ice, while the new designation means it excels in all three conditions and is one of their top choices when treading into winter weather.

The BFGoodrich KO2 tire tread has been specially designed to offer the best 4-season performance. The tread compound contains a special additive (Patent Pending) and extra Silica (silicon dioxide) for maximum winter traction.

While the BFGoodrich KO2 DT tread has extra reinforcement for enhanced tread-holding on the road, has staggered block edges and deeper grooves to channel out water and dirt. This creates increased contact with the road surface for improved grip in all weather conditions, even in wet and snowy conditions.

With a design that features alternating zig-zag shaped blocks and sipes (small cuts) in the tread. These tire treads give you the ability to grip the road, no matter what sort of weather it is outside and in turn this provides better traction in wet and dry conditions, making them a great choice for SUVs and light trucks that may be used throughout all seasons.

Main Takeaways – What Is The KO2 DT Tire

The KO2 Different thread tire is a revolutionary new design that will be available for purchase at your local auto parts store. It has been shown to have better traction, handling and stability than any other tire on the market! If you are looking for speed in all three of these categories, then this may be the perfect fit.

The KO2 Different thread tire is a great option for those who want to feel the road and enjoy their driving experience. This innovative design offers an improved grip on wet roads, as well as better handling in general.

For these reasons, we recommend it if you’re looking for tires that will really give your car some life! If you’ve been researching the best options out there but haven’t found anything to suit your needs yet, be sure to check this one out too. We offer free shipping and installation with every purchase so now’s the time to do something about those old worn-out tires of yours!

Written by Mud Flap

Hi, I'm Ryne Sweeney, or, Mud Flap. I am a dedicated truck enthusiast. I like to argue about how Dodges are expensive pieces of metal and how Tesla will rule the world by 2030. One day I will start showering daily inside the house. My nights are long and my days are muddy.

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