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Baja Claws

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mudjunkie 82, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. mudjunkie 82

    mudjunkie 82 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    I was looking through an old pile of Magazines and Came accross an article on Tire testing. They said in the results that the Claw was comparable to the Bogger in Mudd............Any opinions?????
     
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    They are good but they are no bogger or TSL!!! Don't pay attention to what the mags say.
     
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    i hate the yuppies who go out and bye a BFG and say that its awesome when thats the only thing they have ever sceen.... bogger is 5 times the tire as a claw! IMO

    LUKE
     
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    Take what you read in a magazine with a grain of salt. They are nowhere near a bogger.
     
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    I have that mag... it was a 46 inch claw being compared to a 44" bogger and im pretty sure the claw was alot wider too...flotation is the only characteristic that made it comparable... the claws don't clean nearly as well because of all that tread.
     
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    The tread is not designed as well for the mud/snow. Take it in the sand or rocks and you should be pleasantly surprised.
     

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