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Use promotional code THIRTYALL at checkout to receive discount. Receive 30% off your next online purchase. Not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions. Not valid on tires, wheels, gift cards, special orders, installed merchandise, commercial or fleet purchases. Excludes the following: Tool Boxes, Traxxas, Superchips, Hypertech, Edge, Bully Dog, Diablo, Edelbrock, Holley, NOS, Autometer, Accel, K&N, MSD and BBK Performance. Valid online until 2:59 am EST on 4/19/15. Online orders scheduled for in-store pick up must be completed in store by closing on 4/18/15 for discount to apply.


Mud Tires

With an open-tread pattern that is excellent on sand and rocky terrain, mud tires are ideal for off-road driving because they bite through soft, muddy conditions, providing the maximum amount of traction. A mud tire also features a reinforced sidewall and puncture-resistant construction that help it withstand the kind of abuse that off-road driving can inflict. Designed with large lugs (tread that contacts the road surface) and deep voids (spaces between the lugs that divert water and wet substances), mud tires are also great in deep snow.More >

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Section Width

Measured in millimeters from the outer sidewall to the inner sidewall at the widest point when mounted.

Aspect Ratio

The ratio between the height of the sidewall and its Section Width, expressed as a percentage. The lower the number, the lower the "profile" of the tire.

Wheel Diameter

Most wheel rim diameters are measured in inches, and are known as "inch rim" sizes. These are found on most cars, vans, SUVs and light trucks. Some heavy trailers, van and trucks use a half-inch measure. In addition, some rims are measured in millimeters. It's very important that your tire and wheel diameter match exactly. This should be confirmed before installation.
Although mud tires are great off-road, they aren't really meant for prolonged use mostly because of the open-tread pattern, which provides less contact area on paved road, reducing traction. The open-tread pattern of a mud tire also makes for a noisy, often bumpy ride at highway speeds. If you're thinking about putting mud tires on your sedan, think again. Mud tires are on the larger side so they're meant mainly for trucks and SUVs, vehicles that are typically taken off road.

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT:

Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ

Extreme off-roaders will appreciate the great ride and handling that this mud tire has on the highway. The 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.
  • Advanced radical construction for high mileage and smooth ride
  • Self-cleaning high-void tread lugs for traction in mud & snow
  • Deep shoulder lugs provide aggressive traction and bold looks
  • Enhanced Sidebitters™ for added traction and protection

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