post #1 of Old 02-20-2013, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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Jetzon Tires/Treadways Corp. - Jetzon Mud Claw M/T


Self Cleaning Interlocking Tread Lugs For Outstanding Traction In Mud And Soft Soil
Alternating Lug Dimensions For Increased Lateral Stability And Bi-Directional Traction
Staggered Shoulder Blocks For Enhanced Off-Road Grip
Pinned For Studs For Improved Winter Traction

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post #2 of Old 02-20-2013, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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By far THE best mud tire that won't break your budget. You can spend more for the names "Goodrich, Michelin, Goodyear, Cepek, and Thompson", but I'll be doing every bit as well as those who did. I don't think I'll use anything but Mud Claws in the future!!
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I bought these December 2013 for my 79 J-10 which I was daily driving at the time. $840 at Big O for four 33x12.50R15 mounted balanced studded and installed. 6500~miles and they still look great. Two weekend wheeling trips in the San Juans in southern Colorado and many trials around Bailey Colorado. Light wheeling but still wheeling to be sure and they still look great.

On road I don't notice any excessive noise, but my truck is rough and loud as it is. Gas mileage dropped about 30% over the ATs that were on it.

Dry dirt with buried rocks have not managed to chunk up the tread at all yet.

Mud, way better than any A/T I've run, but not in league with a TSL or Bogger. A little quicker to ball up and slower to clean than the classic BFG M/T or Dunlop Mud Rover, but wearing much longer than either of those did too. Even so, I would classify this as a "mild" mud tire more than a "really aggressive" all-terrain.

Since studs are legal year round here in CO, I intend to get a set in 30x9.5R15 for my ZJ.
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