Baja Boss A/T LT305/60R18 Light Truck Radial Tire 18.0 Inch Black Sidewall Mickey Thompson

SKU: 247458
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$405.99
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Size:
305
Size 2:
60
Wheel Size:
18

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Product Information

Premium Extreme Hybrid All Terrain Tire. The New the Baja Boss A/T delivers undisputed on-road handling, performance and tread wear while also dominating in the mud, thanks to its asymmetric tread design.

It's Mickey Thompson's best A/T to date - aggressive looks, low noise, long-lasting tread life, smooth ride, and severe weather rated.

Features:

  • Asymmetrical tread pattern is optimized for reduced noise, all-weather performance, off-road traction and on-road handling
  • Extreme Sidebiters are 150 percent deeper, than the Baja ATZ P3, for a bold look, extreme off-road traction and protection
  • PowerPly XD adds 50 percent extra denier cord to provide even greater puncture resistance, improved handling and quicker steering response than our original PowerPly
  • Silica-Reinforced Compound for on-road tread wear, cut and chip resistance, and improved wet handling and braking performance
  • 50,000 mile tread wear warranty, instills confidence that the Baja Boss A/T is built to last
  • Severe Snow Service Rated with the 3PMS Symbol certifies that all sizes 12.50 (315) and narrower are severe snow rated

Details:

  • Series: Baja Boss A/T
  • Tire Size: LT305/60R18
  • Rim Diameter: 18.0 Inch
  • Ply Rating: 12
  • Side Wall: Black Sidewall
  • Compound Designation: T1
  • E Mark: E4-0037839
  • Clean Oil: Yes
  • CCC Mark:Yes
  • I Mark: No
  • Comp Flotation Designation: 33X12.50R18LT
  • Service Description: 126/123Q
  • Stamped Single Load Rating: 126
  • Speed Rating: Q
  • Load Range: F
  • Measured Rim Width:9
  • Minimum Rim Width: 8.50 Inch
  • Warranty: 50,000 Mile Tread Wear

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