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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-29-2000, 07:55 AM
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Baja Claws

At the moment I am running 32x11.5 BFG Mud Terrains but I am not real happy with there performance offroad. I have been looking at a set of Mickey Thompson Baja Claws, has anybody used these tires and what is your opinion of them

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-29-2000, 08:26 AM
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Re: Baja Claws

i run with a jeep that has the claws.1.they seem to wear quick on the road.2. the offroad performance did not change.i find street tires with a good drive is cheaper than high dollar tires and a driver still learning the tricks of offroading.ranger rick

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Re: Baja Claws

The claws must not be to good if you couldn't tell the difference between them and stock street rubber. With more than a couple of years experience driving 4x4 vehicles everywhere from the rainforests of Cape York to the Simpson desert as an officer in the Australian Regular Army I shore a hell can feel the difference between a road tire and BFG Mud Terrain.

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Re: Baja Claws

I've read that you have to run them flat (0 psi) for the first run or two, to break in the sidewall. something like that I would think is too stiff for a Samurai.

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