Thinking about getting a set of mud terrain tires for your full-size truck, 4x4 SUV or Jeep? Let’s compare the BF Goodrich Mud Terrain and Maxxis Bighorn.
Both tires use a rubber formulation that’s optimized for off-road use, meaning cut and puncture resistance and enough flexibility to conform around off-road obstacles like rocks and stumps when aired-down. The BF Goodrich, however, features the company’s Krawler TEK construction in the sidewall, an feature that makes them up to 33% stronger than previous generations of the Mud Terrain T/A KM. The Goodrich also features a single strand of bead wire wound over and over for an extra-strong, tight bead seal.
Designed to help full-size trucks, Jeeps and 4x4 SUVs get the job done, the Toyo Open Country MT is a premium all-terrain tire at an affordable price. The innovative hook-shaped tread blocks on the Open Country MT are designed to provide great traction off-road and quiet, predictable performance on the pavement. Scalloped tread blocks hook around the shoulders; the sizable void areas are designed to eject mud and stones for a continuous biting surface that keeps you moving forward in rough terrain. Sipes strategically placed in the tread blocks make the Open Country MT a great choice for snow and wintry conditions (branded with the industry's Mountain + Snowflake stamp on the sidewall).
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Mud terrain tires have to do more than just look tough – they have to get you into the rough places and get you back out again. Mud terrain tires typically have an aggressive tread and deep lugs with self-cleaning bars to eject mud and stones. They also usually feature a rubber compound that’s suitable for off-road or on a dry highway, and extra layers of steel belts and nylon reinforcement in the tread and sidewall to resist punctures and cuts from rocks and other obstacles. In other words…mud terrain tires are just tough tires that mean business once you get off-road!Read More