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Description: Mickey Thompson Baja Claw Radial
The Baja Claw Radial is an extremely aggressive Mud Terrain tire not just in looks but also in performance. The massive diagonal lugs extent from center out and down around the sidewalls to provide excellent forward momentum through mud, sand and snow. Rock crawling is enhanced by the large grooves cut through the lugs, allowing the up to 6-ply design and construction to wrap around rocks like a glove especially when aired down to 10 psi or lower. Polyester and fiberglass along with the wrap-around tread design helps to make the Baja Claw one of the toughest Mud Terrain tires on the trail. Street manners are dependant on whether you choose the Bias Ply (referred to as the Mickey Thompson Competition Claw) or Radial design, however noise levels are are somewhat elevated in both construction types with the Bias designed primarily for the off-road. The Baja Claw is available in both Bias Ply (Mickey Thompson Competition Claw) and Radial designs for your preferred application. Sizes availability, 31" thru 37" in rim sizes of 15, 16, 16.5 and 17 inch wheels. The bias ply is available in 35x13.00-15 37x13.00-17

Manufacturers description of this tire:
Mickey Thompson Baja Claw
Polyester/Fiberglass Belted


UP TO 20" OF CONTACT PATCH FROM SIDEBITER TO SIDEBITER
FULL 6-PLY LOWER SIDEWALL WITH CUT RESISTANT COMPOUND
DIRECTIONAL, LONG WEARING & SELF CLEANING TREAD DESIGN
CIRCUMFERENTIAL GROOVES ALLOW FLEXING FOR BETTER ROCK CRAWLING
NEW TREAD PATTERN WITH 23 DEGREE LUGS AND EXTRA LARGE SIDEBITERS
Manufacturer Contact Info:


Mickey Thompson
Performance Tires and Wheels
East Coast
4670 Allen Road
Stow, OH, 44224
Ph. 330-928-9092
Fax 330-928-0503


West Coast
1900 Compton Avenue Suite 101
Corona, CA 92881
Ph. 951-817-0101
Fax 951-817-0199

www.mickeythompsontires.com
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Anonymous
Review Date: Tue February 19, 2013 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Very aggressive design and very aggressive feel
Cons: Can't think of one

I put a 35x10.50x16 on a 2004 Chevy Z71 and have loved them. My old tires were very iffy in the rain and on wet roads. These tires have performed incredibly in wet weather. The mud and snow they have awesome grip. I have only used 4wd to drag a loaded 16ft trailer up a muddy hill. Other than that 4wd has been used more as a reassurance than actually needing it. They have wonderful grip off road as well as on. They did affect the fuel economy slightly but that was expected so no complaint there. I would recommend these tires to anyone that drives their truck on the road but needs that extra grip offroad. They are pretty quiet on the pavement with only a slight hum at higher speeds. The only time I really hear a lot of noise is when I'm pulling my tractor with a bed full of material.
Anonymous
Review Date: Wed April 23, 2014 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Look awesome on my truck
Cons: Noisy

I found these at a local tire shop and the guy sold them to me cheap 4/32 on front ones and 6/32nds on rears. I slaped them on my 2000 ram 1500 size 35x12.50x17 an went to a mud bog. They preformed very well and I got tons of compliments on my truck. Most ppl dont run directional m/t tires so it made them stand out. I made it out of a couple hairy situations in deeeep mud and water. I also had the chance to use them during a ice/snow storm and i crossed the highway median multiple times to pull out drivers that had spun out. they got my vote, very pleased
Anonymous
Review Date: Tue May 27, 2014 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: great traction in the rocks
Cons: very soft. Lots of chunking and torn lugs after one day on the rocks

Just picked these up for my TJ rock crawler on 37's. Didn't know much about them. Look good true to size, balanced well. Super soft DOT tread compound, sticks like glue on the rocks and everything else so far. This is in Arizona where we do rocks. Only negative so far is lots of chunking and torn lugs, especially at the outer edge of tread. These stick twice as good as my old MTR's. True to size as well. Surprisingly good road manners. I do not expect these to last long if driven on street. I trailer though and make short trips in town.


Most of these reviews were worthless. I would never put these on a daily driver or for occasional use offroad. Very aggressive and soft tread. directional tread will be a pain to rotate, but you can flip them on rim and get more life out of them I'm sure. Hopefully the sidewalls are strong no problems yet
Anonymous
Review Date: Wed May 28, 2014 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Great tire
Cons: Road noise

I had 38.5x16x15 on a 1979 chevy they road like a dream best tire I have had. Went places others couldn't go with same size tires. Will definitely buy another set.
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