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Baja Claw Radials

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hidesertwheelin, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. hidesertwheelin

    hidesertwheelin 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    What is everyone's opinion on Baja Claw Radials?
     
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    I like them there quieter then I thought they would be, way better in mud than i thought they could be! 35x12.5x15 dont have alot of miles on them yet so couldnt tell you how well they last. dont know about rocks or sand
     
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    BigOrange90Jimmy 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    They are a damn good tire. Or at least they were on my open diff'd jimmy. I ran a set of 35x12.50's for two years on it. I drove it every day and averaged 30-45 miles a day. They weren't very good in the mud. I had to keep a lot of wheel speed to keep them clean. Wet weather traction on the road was excellent due to the chevron pattern. They did well in rocks also. Sand was their biggest plus to me. After they dug down to the end of the sidewall cleats, it was all forward motion then.
     
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    I want to try the new 40's on dubs. I ran them before and liked them even though they ran small. A true 40 on 20" wheels would be pimp.
     
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    Damn good sand tire and digs how youd want them to on hill climbs but if your lookin to do some boggin you need somethin with wider treads so it can clean itself
     
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