The Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ Radial is a tire that extreme off-roaders will appreciate for the great ride and handling that this mud tire has on the highway. This MTZ has Mickey Thompson's Power Ply sidewalls with a special angled third ply to give you high performance handling, better puncture resistance and improved towing capability. Note: All Specifications Are For Single Rear Tire Applications.
Put this on my '14 Jeep JKU. Have 15k miles on my tires and so far I have zero complaints. I went with 315/70r17 and it rides pretty quiet on road and not like the previous comment it's not stiff at all. I would question his 6" lift that rides harsh or psi he's using in his tires. Off-road it has not let me down. I've used the same tires in numerous trails in it has not failed me.
I have 35x12.5r20 on a 2014 Gmc Sierra 1500 6inch lift and these look great and are not very loud but they ride very rough. Tires are very stiff and I would not recommend unless its for an 3/4 ton or heavier truck.
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will these tires fit on stock 17 inch JK rims?
Asked by Zeke1970 from on
Zeke, Yes sir, the LT265/70R17, Baja MTZ Radial M/T90000000101 will work perfectly for you. Dont forget to check out our extreme warranty to give yourself the added protection!
Answered by Ken, ext4987 from on
I have a 2003 F-250 Crew Cab Lariat with the factory 16" rims. Will these tires fit these rims? Also, will they rub the fender well? Thanks
Asked by Bob from Crenshaw Co. from on
Thanks for the inquiry Bob, the Mickey Thompson LT285/75R16 , Baja MTZ Radial part # M/T90000001477 if it is a 4x4 these will clear no problem.
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I have a 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. I want to purchase these tires and some rims. I need to know the proper backspacing of the rims and how much lift I would need or maybe I could just get a 1" budget lift?
Asked by Erik with a K from United States on
Hello Erik, Thank you for asking. The Mickey Thompson LT285/75R16 , Baja MTZ Radial will go on with no lift but you will get rubbing if you take the vehicle off road. If you do plan on wheeling a 1"-1.75" lift will really help out so you do not get any rubbing issues. You can pick a wheel that has anywhere from 4"-5" of backspace.
Answered by Robert from United States on
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For 53 years, Mickey Thompson has been manufacturing premium tires and wheels for Jeeps and trucks and today their designs are as distinctive as ever. Whether it�s street, racing or off-road use, Mickey Thompson�s timeless creations combine form and function to give superior performance. Tires grip in wet and dry conditions, offering great handling with tight steering response for a smooth ride and even tread wear. Their wide array of wheels feature innovative designs and include the Metal, Baja and Deegan Series. Be a part of the legend and outfit your off-road vehicle with Mickey Thompson products for the trail and for the highway. Shop Mickey Thompson Now