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need tires for winter opinions guys, specifically MT Baja MTZ.

Old 11-24-2014, 01:50 AM
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Hi all, havn't posted in a while but I am posting to the Great Lakes section as I figure you guys around here would know better then those that never see snow.

My issue is that I just bought some new Goodyear Wrangler Radials a few months ago. My original plan was to use the Goodyears for summer, then switch to my 32" Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ for winter. However, I have been reading a lot of mixed reviews about the MT Baja MTZ on packed snow/ice which most of you know is what the roads are mostly up here as I'm located in the Capital of Michigan.

I have read the MTZ's are great for deep snow which I have experienced last winter as I used those last winter. I did however spin out on the highway once last year only going 25-30 MPH although it was pretty much pure ice. I don't do offroading ever, so I'm wondering what your guys thoughts are, if I should just stick to the wranglers or use the MTZs.

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Old 12-07-2014, 02:54 AM
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I would like some suggestions for it too
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any mud terrain tire is going to be the worst for packed snow and ice on the street. stick with what you have
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I am going to keep what everyone says in mind for when I need to get new treads. I have in mind these tires, http://www.4wheelparts.com/Tires/32x...&t_pn=PCT55032 because if I go with 32" tires they are stud-able (I don't think the 33s' and taller are stud-able) and I was thinking about buying 6 of them and studding two for winter driving. But I have a lot of tread on my km2s witch are worthless on the ice!
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The BFG KO's are great in the snow and are pretty well priced compared to most other tires, they're actually a great tire for all seasons.
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