mickey thompson baja claw
by Brandon R
(Minnesota, United States)
Have been running a set of 35-13.5/15 claws on a 76 chevy blazer (fullsize suv in the states) off road only since they were first made available in the early 2000s.
Traction: hard to beat for off road.
Have a tendency to not self clean in really sticky clay/mud unless you have the horsepower to spin them.
Bias ply construction helps them flex in the rocks. The only complaints i have is in sand they have a tendency to dig instead of float on top (they are loosely based on a bogger, so digging is expected) and when going downhill with deep ruts, the sidebiters can grip into the wall, jerk the wheel out of your hand and turn the tires into a wall, but they can also help you crawl out of a rut/ have traction where you otherwise wouldn't
Road use:terrible... howl like the hounds of hell and wear out quickly, which is why they are off road only on my rig