Big O Tires

The Big O Tires story begins back in 1962, just as America's new love affair with the automobile was hitting high gear. The market for replacement tires was exploding, and independent tire dealers found themselves struggling to compete in the face of low prices offered by major tire manufacturers' own company stores. Big O's founding fathers were a handful of progressive independent tire dealers who decided to band together to form a tire-buying cooperative so that they could secure volume pricing and keep their customers happy. Their concept worked. In the years that followed, The Big O Tires co-op evolved into a full-fledged franchise as it continued to find innovative ways to harness the power of the collective to benefit independent dealerships and their customers.

In 1996, Big O Tires joined forces with one of the largest and most respected tire marketers in the nation when it became part of the TBC Retail Group

Tire treads

Extreme terrrain

Bigfoot X/T

•Alternately Scalloped Shoulder Lugs •Heavy-Duty Construction and Materials
Bigfoot X/T

Avg rating: 9.00

All terrrain

A/T AllTerrain

•Optimized Tire Profile •Extended Shoulder Buttress •Chamfered Elements and Under Tread Elements •Five Rib Design
A/T AllTerrain

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Street tire

Bigfoot H/T

•Heavy Duty Tread for Extended Life •Even Load Distribution Ensures Consistent Traction •Supports Loads Up To 3,042 lbs. Per Tire
Bigfoot H/T

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Bigfoot S/T

•Five circumferential grooves •Interlocking center ribs •Notched support ribs •New Silica Compound •Optimized All-Season Tread Design
Bigfoot S/T

Avg rating: 7.21

Euro Tour

•Variable Pitch Tread Design
•Computer-Enhanced Solid Center Rib
•T,H, And V Speed Ratings
•Optimal Computerized Tire Design
•Slotted Shoulder Grooves
Euro Tour

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SXP GT

•Performance Tread •Notched, Solid Center Rib •Optimized Tread Compound •Poly/Steel Construction
SXP GT

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