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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-19-2007, 03:00 PM
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What's the word on MT Baja Claws

I am thinking of getting some MT Baja Claws, anyone have any input on them?
I also looked at the BFG Mud Terrain TA. Would like to hear from some of you that have them.
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Welcome to the board! I don't know anything abot the claws, but BFG MTs are terrific tires for my kind of wheeling. It would help to know where you are and what your off-road terrain is like.

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Welcome to the board......

I love my CLAWS in the sand there good, in the mud there great, on the street the quiet.....but we don't have rocks around here!!!!!!

I run them at 6 psi when wheelin and 15 psi on the road!!!!!!


Why is it that after you get stuck everyone helps you out then tries to make it though the same spot???

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Loved my BFG AT's before I out-grew them. My Goodyear MTRs have been great for the road and some mild wheeling, pop this post up next Monday and I will tell you how they did on the Rubicon.

Don't know about the claws, but a buddy out-performed several tires including siped swampers on the Rubicon 2 years ago with Pro Comps, just get the extended warranty, I heard a lot of those tires are made on Friday.

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FL sand and mud

My terrain is mostly sugar sand and thick mud. I want a tire that will be great in the mud but won't wear out quick on pavement in a year. I also want to take it to tellico to do some trail riding there. I really like the claws but haven't heard too much about them.
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How do they last on pavement. Want something that will not wear too quick.
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Had a set on a full size ford truck, Pretty average in all the way around in my opinion.
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