Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T. The Baja Boss A/T is the most defiant all-terrain tire ever created. It can handle your most extreme off-road adventure and high-mileage driving, all at the same time By blending the legendary performance of the Baja ATZP3 and the ingenuity of the Baja Boss M/T you get a Tire with aggressive looks, low noise, long lasting tread life a smooth ride as well as a severe weather rating.
Rugged Construction. Mickey Thompson's all new silica reinforced compound provides long-wear, all-weather performance and cut/chip resistance. The Extreme Sidebiters, which are 150% deeper when compared to the Baja ATZP3, protect from curb and rock damage while the PowerPly XD sidewall construction improves puncture resistance, stability and steering input reaction.
Asymmetrical Tread Design. Mickey Thompson designed the Baja Boss A/T with an asymmetrical tread pattern to not only to optimizes traction and handling, but to also reduce road noise. A 3PMS (Severe Snow Service) rating certifies that sizes 12.50/315 and narrower are Severe Snow Service Rated making them ideal for those who live in wintry climates.
50,000 Mile Tread Wear Warranty. This Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T Tire includes a 50,000-mile treadwear warranty that instills confidence that the Baja Boss A/T is built to last. Please visit the manufacturer's website for complete details.
What is the best gear ratio to run for larger tires? When you increase the diameter of your tires, your vehicle's engine has to work harder to turn them. Naturally, this will lead to increased fuel consumption and reduced performance. So, when upgrading to a set of larger tires you should re-gear your rig to regain this lost acceleration, performance and fuel economy.
Find your original tire size and gear ratio using the chart listed below, the intersection should be your approximate RPMs at 65 MPH. Then find your new tire size and follow it across to the closest RPM to your original tires, this will be your gear ratio choice.
This chart is based on driving at 65 MPH with a 1:1 gear ratio and a manual transmission in 4th gear. Please note if your vehicle is equipped with an automatic transmission your RPMs will be higher due to normal transmission and the torque converter slippage. In overdrive your RPMs will be approximately 15% to 30% less than indicated.
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