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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-18-2007, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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M/T Baja Radial MTX???

Anyone have any experience with these particular Mickey Thompson tires? How long do they last compared to BFG A/T's? They cost the same, just don't see them as much as bfg's.

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Well the bfg at's gonna last alot longer but wont be as good in the mud ast the mtz. The bfg's are gonna be quieter also. So just depends if you want an AT or MT. Now if you want mickey's i like the baja claws, but they are gonna be loud and sling mud everywhere.

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Check out the link, the Mickey's are an a/t tread.
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ooooooooh i was lookin at the mtzs then i iaint had any experience with the mtx's

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I dont know about those but i just got some **** Cepek Mud Countrys for winter and i absolutely love them........i wish they made em for a 22!!

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I've gone thru 2 sets of MT baja MTX's, there a good all around tire for street/rain/mild off road, but don't expect much mileage out of them. I run the 315/75-16 size and will not be buying these anymore, can only get maybe 20k out of a set if your lucky. I'm looking to try maybe the Yokohama ATS or the new General AT2 tire. I've tried BFG All Terrains in the past, and they wear quickly also on a heavy truck. Its hard to find an all terrain tire that lasts on these heavy trucks.

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My buddy has them on his chevy. He has about 45k and they still look new. His are 38
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my buddy has about 10000 on them and they have about 75%
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