BFGoodrich® truck tires are built to achieve max uptime for your business. This starts with building durable tires for each wheel position on a rig. Learn the differences between every tire position and see how BFGoodrich® truck tires can help you make every single mile count with superior traction and durability.
Steer tires are the most important tires on your truck, designed to perform their best in the front (steer) axle position. They influence handling and ride, offering ribbed tread designs to help channel water away from the tire. All-position tires are mostly built with the steer axle in mind, but also perform well on the drive and trailer axles.
Meet your truck's workhorses and traction gurus, designed exclusively for drive (or torque) axles. Lug-type or siped tread designs help drive tires maximize traction levels on various surfaces.
Trailer tires must withstand strong lateral and braking forces, along with carrying varying loads. They are designed to perform best in free-rolling, trailer axle positions. Reinforced sidewalls help protect casing from curbing damage.