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Old 10-23-2007
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baji claw

well the time has come to buy new tires was thanking about the mt baji claw radial tire how is the wear on thease tires and how good do they go
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they wear pretty fast.
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Everyone will say they suck off-road but i think they do the job and they look badass.
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yeah i like the way they look was hopeing to get something that wears good i got maxis bighorns now and ive got 3 years out of them and i do a lot of driving and they have done great on wearing
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I'm thinking about Maxxis BigHorns for my next set. Wear good, how many miles? How do they do offroad? Thanks
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if you get the radials they will not wear bad but if you get the bias ply they wear faster
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i like the aggresive look of the baja claws. kind of reminds me of a monster truck tire.
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I like the MT MTZ's. They do great in the mud and are awesome in the rain.
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claw = yuck. i dont like em.
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claw = yuck. i dont like em.
How dare you.
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you drive a yellow truck.
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my friend had them on his mazda and he loved them in the mud but he said they suck when you have to go in reverse and he had them forever so i guess the wear pretty good
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they are basically u make it or you dont. reverse is useless.
get mudgrapplers. =]
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get some .
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i have some, and some people told me to put 2 of them backwards for reverse. I have em all facing the right way and they do fine in the mud, but i just do some light muddin, and the wear so far is pretty good.
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I'm thinking about Maxxis BigHorns for my next set. Wear good, how many miles? How do they do offroad? Thanks
there ok tires they wear great truck had 61.000 when i put them on got 97.000 now and still got some tread left i have run them for 3 years. they go pretty good off road never got stuck with them yet.
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nitto mud grapplers if you want a badass tire and want to sound like a B52 goin down the road.
baja claws IMO LOOK like they would suck, there for i wont own a set.. backwards they look aight
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