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does anyone know what the difference in amount of wear for baja claw non radials vs. baja claw radials? i want aggressive, but my 4 wheeler is also my daily driver, and therefore if i can get a ton more miles outta the radials then ill get em, but if it ain't too much different then ill get the non radials. thanks for any help anyone can give <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0">
 

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Well I dont think aggressive and Claw go together, but...You may get a little better wear out of the radials, but from what Ive seen, the claws are pretty soft kinda like the SSR's. My friend had a set and they wore down fast on a wrangler. I think for the $$ they are I would go with TSL radials or even the SSR's. But then again my shit doesn't see much pavement and its not my DD. JMHO!
 

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I've been running the 35/12.5 radial claws for about 4k. The wear isn't impressive but not disappointing either. On the road they're fairly quite and ride and handle great, off the road they seem to get the job done. I did cut a sidewall on a rock that I got against, that about my only complaint. <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">
 

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I have a set of 35" radial claws on my TJ & this will be my last set of MTs ever. They have been a good mud tire and I have 27k miles with 1/4"-3/8" of tread on them, but they are SMALL. Brand new they measured 33.5", now they measure 33". When they get worn slick they will be a 32" tire. That and stuff gets shoved through them pretty easy. Next set of tires will be SSRs.
 
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