The Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3 has a unique 'hybrid' style design between an all-terrain and mud terrain to give you the grip you need and the smooth ride comfort. Features an extra wide footprint and beefy tread blocks for great all around traction. All sizes feature PowerPly 3-ply sidewall construction. This tire has deep aggressive sidebiters for improved protection with multi-draft grooves for self-cleaning and improved wear.
They look great and wear well. I drive a Ram 2500 diesel truck most of the other brands haven’t lasted near as well.
By Cletus from Austin TX
Great tires smooth ride buying another set after 40,000 miles still lots of tread left but don’t want to wait like having new tires on my 2015 tundra
By Tundra from Hanford
Good looks but terrible ride
I have these on a 2014 GMC Sierra with a 6inch lift 35x12.5r20 and they ride very rough and have terrible wet traction. I had BFG AT before and wish I waited for the new KO2.
By Johnny79 from Crystal Lake, IL
MOST AGRESSIVE ALL TERRAINS ON MARKET
sales rep alan put me on to these awesome tires, i do alot of street driving as i live in new york city but spend alot of weekends on the trails, at first i was skeptical about all terrains as i felt they wouldnt be able to preform like mud terrains...boy was i wrong alan went over the pros and cons of other tires and recomended these because they fit my situation perfectly.!
unlike regular all terrains these tires have agressive and meaty treads that bite into the mud, they are quiet but get the job done,If anyone needs help with anything contact alan at extension 5136 he is the most knowlegable and helpfull sales rep there !!!
By jk SAVAGE from staten island ny
Great tires - Great ride
I absolutely love these tires. I did a lot of research on tires and finally landed with the Baja ATZ from Mickey T's. They just look so much more aggressive than other AT tires. I have 2015 JK unlimited, no lift, 285/70/r17 with 17x9" KMC rims with -12mm offset. I did trim a little (4") of the splash guard on either side. Otherwise, no rub and great handling. Probably won't lift.
The tires feel a little more firm than the stock Wranglers. Road noise is very minimal. I can hear them at highway speeds when I'm not playing the radio or using my AC. Otherwise, quiet. I haven't had them long so no report on tread wear. Gas mileage has dropped about 1-2mpg but that was to be expected with a heavier tire. They make my jeep look so much better.
By Chrome Dome from Virginia Beach
Great durability for heavy truck off pavement
I installed these in 305/70R18 on a 2011 F-350 diesel which is loaded with tools. I drive around 3-4000km of highway and at least 1000km of terrible gravel/mud roads per month. I air down to ~30psi when off pavement for a long time. These tires have been a great all-terrain for my needs. My first set of BFG all terrains on this truck were chunked and shredded to an unusable state in 30,000km. I ran BFG mud terrains the next summer and they held up much better but still a lot of chunking and wear. I am on my second summer with these Mickeys and they are wearing GREAT! I have hardly any cuts or chunking in the tread at all, and that includes powersliding a 9500lb truck on large crushed gravel. My truck is tuned so I have plenty of torque to get these going and often find myself spinning the rears a bit too. My only complaints would be they feel quite floaty on the mud, but it is most likely just a width thing as I have never had tires this wide before. (My BFG mud terrains were narrow 33s at 255/80R17 and bit much better) Also the great tread wear must come at a price and the compound is TERRIBLE on the snow and ice. Mud terrains are obviously poor in these conditions but I hoped the all terrain would be decent... it isn't. I slide all over where my studded Nokians grip like crazy, so if you have real winter weather just run winter rubber!
Overall I'm happy and would recommend these tires, but I heard the MTZ pattern is getting the P3 compound so I might try them next.
By Kelso from Calgary, AB
Purchased these in a 285/75R16 for my Xterra with a 4in lift. I've put 20k miles on them in the last 13 months. That has been largely on pavement as this is my daily driver in VA, so they have seen many miles of highway, rain and even 16in of snow on pavement. I've also attended/hosted about 25-30 trail rides/off-road events in that time where they've seen thick mud, rocks, sticks, sand, thick snow, ice and even temps in the teens. For on road use I keep them at 32-34psi (chalk test) and off road they are at 16psi. I rotate the tires every 3750 miles and the inner 3 rows of tread blocks have dropped from 18.5/32nds to 15/32nds, while the outside tread blocks have dropped to 12.5/32nds.
They have held up very well in my opinion. I am pleased with the wear. In addition to that their performance for me off-road has been better than I could have imagined. In thick mud they clean out nicely. In big rocks they grip well and pull me over anything I can get them on. In thick snow they get traction and pull me through. On road has been pleasant as well. I have not hydroplaned once with these tires. They handled our snowy winter roads here and on trips up north (PA) with no issues. They aren't great on pure ice, but what tire without studs is. Only one place have I had to winch up where someone else got up with no issues (slick red mud on a hill) and they were running Super Swamper TSLs which have their own compromises.
The sidewall durability is spectacular. While I've seen several friends lose a tire over the last year to a sidewall or tread puncture I have gone on the same trails and still have all 5 tires with no punctures anywhere. The treads have only lightly chunked at the corners of the tread blocks, which is spectacular considering the amount of rocks I've driven them over. The rubber compound really does appear to be both durable and high traction.
My only complaint would be the sounds they make in turns which isn't super loud but is a light hum over a standard AT tire. Also I think I feel some sidewall flex in turns, which could be alleviated by a higher pressure but then my contact patch would be poor in this application giving me poor wear. Overall these small negatives pale in comparison to their performance in every way I've tested them both on and off-road and I've been very pleased with them.
By PerpetualDynamism from Ashburn, VA
These are some of the best tires to use.
I like everything about these tires. I use them for everthing.
By mud slinger from baytown,tx
Great Tire On and Off the Road
Mickey Thompson makes some of the most unique looking tires that definitely stand out from the rest. If you love the looks, by the way these tires look a lot better on the truck then they do just by themselves. The function is by the far where they stand out ahead of the competition. I have not taken these tires in the Mud so I can not give an accurate assessment on how they handle the nasty stuff. But that being said the primary uses this tire will be subjected to I have done, and I can say they are well above average and could possibly be the best new generation All-Terrain on the market. Quite, great on road handling. Good Wet Traction. Good Wear Characteristics. 3 ply sidewall helps make them Hill Country cactus and rock proof. I have owned Goodyear MT/R's, Firestones, Bridgestones, BFG's, and Yokahoma's and these are by far my favorite to date.
By TDR from Southeast, Texas
Awesome looking tire. Handles the road good in wet or dry conditions. Only have 1000 miles on them. But very happy with the purchase. Mounted on Mickey thompson classic lock wheels and get a lot of compliments on how they look.
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