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Old 01-16-2011, 05:26 AM
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Default Anyone run M/T Baja Claws in the snow?

If so how are they?

I was thinking of getting them in 285-75-16. Not sure on what wheels yet but just curious if anyone runs them regardless of size in the snow and if they're happy with them.
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I have not used the baja claw but I did use the baja belted and they were not so great in the snow. I switched to the goodyear Mtr and they were fantastic all around .
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honestly if you want an aggressive tire that is good all around, go with a set of Nitto Mud grapplers, I had claws on my jeep and they were horrible, no bite to them at all, same as wet roads they were horrible because they have no horrizontal biters. My grapplers that i put on the jeep were great all season, wouldnt break loose in the rain and gripped great in the snow for a mud tire. Plan to put them on my ram eventually, plus they are rated e load range as well so great for 3/4 an 1 tons
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I have had great experience with them on my Yukon. I have only had them in the snow, but there was some deep snow that had no chance. I have the same exact size as the OP. They are extremely noisy though on the dry.
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