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Old 04-02-2009, 02:31 PM
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Mickey Thompsons ATZ or Claws

I am buying either the 40x13.5x18 ATZ Radials or the Baja Claws. I am leaning towards the ATZ. Mainly a daily driver, street with some snow and dirt road driving. Alot of freeway. What do you guys think
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I am buying either the 40x13.5x18 ATZ Radials or the Baja Claws. I am leaning towards the ATZ. Mainly a daily driver, street with some snow and dirt road driving. Alot of freeway. What do you guys think
I've got 35x12.50R20 ATZ's. I like them for a highway tire (which is all my truck does). I wasn't too impressed with them in the snow but I had BFG Mud Terrains on it before, so there's no comparrison between the 2. The ATZ's are quiet and they seem to balance out good. Just my
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Old 04-03-2009, 08:12 AM
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I went with the Mickey Thompson ATZ Radials 40x13-50x18 on the How Wheel Chrome Wheels, minus the fake bead lock of course. Got a hell of a deal on the entire package. So for me back to 40's since 38's where a tad too much for my 4.88's
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I've had ATZ's for about a yr. now and love them. They look great and are quiet like already said. I thought they were pretty good in the snow, but don't really get that much in Jersey.
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