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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-07-2002, 04:42 PM
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MT Baja Radial MTX\'s /Good Or Bad?

I am considering buying some MT Baja Radial MTX's for my 2WD GMC Sierra(w/Fabtech 3" lift). I have Pirelli A/T's on it now. They're alright but i do 50% off roading @ the ranch and the the other 50% city/highway driving to work and such. Questions are
1. Do the MT's have a short tread wear due to their soft rubber construction?
2. Is their lifespan about 25,000-30,000 miles before they need replacing?
3. How do they perform on the rain and the mud compared to BFG's?
4. Do they "Hum" on the highway and if so, is it tolerable?
5. Any suggestions for good aggressive looking tires that not only look good but perform as intented both off road/highway?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-09-2002, 07:09 PM
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Re: MT Baja Radial MTX\'s /Good Or Bad?

I have them now.....they go great on the beach, quiet on the highway, but dont take to burnouts well. My fronts show almost no wear, but the rears are slicks [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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Re: MT Baja Radial MTX\'s /Good Or Bad?

i have the baja belted hp, and a guy near me has the baja radial mtx. He likes em, says theyve got good traction, and are fairly quiet. Dont know about tread life, though.

However, my tires are going strong after almost 30k, are fairly quiet, and definitely have a good 'grip' to them. Depending on how you drive on/off, you might want to consider those as well
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