STOW, OHIO – The popular Baja Boss® M/T premium extreme mud terrain tire line is expanding with the addition of 15 new sizes.
Featuring an asymmetrical tread pattern that reduces noise while improving handling, and deep and wide voids that enhance off-road traction and forward bite, the Baja Boss M/T is designed to rule every street and trail. Now, 15 new sizing options make it available for an even wider variety of trucks, SUVs and 4×4 applications.
“We are extremely proud to be introducing new sizing options for the popular Baja Boss M/T off-road tire line,” said Ken Warner, Vice President of Marketing, Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels. “With its next-generation four-pitch Sidebiters® providing unparalleled off-road traction and new PowerPly XD three-ply sidewall construction for greater puncture resistance, quicker steering response and greater stability, the Baja Boss M/T has quickly become the go-to tire for trail riders looking to tackle the toughest terrain.”
The 15 new Baja Boss M/T sizes include: 33×12.50R15LT, 35×12.50R15LT, LT285/75R16, LT315/75R16, LT285/70R17, 33×12.50R17LT, LT305/65R17, LT285/65R18, 33×12.50R18LT, LT305/60R18, LT285/55R20, 33×12.50R20LT, LT305/55R20, 33×13.50R20LT, 33×12.50R22LT.
Highlights of the mighty Baja Boss M/T include stone ejector ribs to prevent gravel from being wedged into tread grooves; angled shoulder scallops for ultimate traction and self-cleaning ability; mud scoops that provide a concave surface for mud traction and help create a void to prevent mud from clinging to the elements; silica-reinforced compound for on-road tread wear, and cutchip resistance and improved wet handling and braking performance.
Sizes are available for 15- to 24-inch wheel diameters for a variety of leveled and lifted vehicles. Select sizes are available with load range F. Some flotation sizes carry a reduced load rating specifically for lighter duty and off-road applications. All Baja Boss M/T tires are made in the USA.
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