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Mudclaw Extreme M/T Tire (Available in Multiple Sizes)

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    Tire Specs

    Manufacturer Ratings
    • Mud-Terrain
    • Symmetrical

      Symmetrical tires can be rotated in many different ways to prolong their life.

    Customer Ratings
    • Dry Traction 4.8/5 4.777778
    • Wet Traction 4.7/5 4.7
    • Snow Traction 4.9/5 4.888889
    • Road Noise 4.1/5 4.1
    • Onroad Ride Quality 4.9/5 4.9
    Tire Size Wheel Width Tire Diameter Tread Depth Revs Per Mile Weight (lbs)
    For 15" wheels
    31x10.50R15 8" - 9" 30.8 18/32" 655 45
    33x12.50R15 9.5" - 10.5" 32.8 21/32" 615 67
    For 16" wheels
    31" - 265/75R16 7" - 8" 31.9 19/32" 633 52
    33" - 285/75R16 7.5" - 8.5" 33.1 19/32" 610 52
    For 17" wheels
    33" - 285/70R17 8" - 9" 33 19/32" 611 50
    35x12.50R17 9.5" - 10.5" 34.8 21/32" 580 73
    For 18" wheels
    35x12.50R18 9.5" - 10.5" 34.8 21/32" 580 60
    For 20" wheels
    33x12.50R20 9.5" - 10.5" 32.8 19/32" 615 59.5

      Review & Installation Video

      The Mudclaw Extreme M/T tire is for those of you that have a 1987 all the way up to the most current year Wrangler that are looking for a good yet less expensive M/T tire. This is going to be available from sizes of 29 inches to 35 inches and 4-wheel sizes of 15 to 20 inches, so you do have a lot of different options with this tire. Now, you're going to be looking for a mud terrain tire if you are somebody who is taking your Jeep off-road, you want something that is going to offer some really nice traction in the soft, loose dirt and in the mud. These are also going to offer some really great traction on the rocks.So, again, if you're doing some more really hardcore wheeling, a tire like this is going to be a really great choice for you. Now on the flip side of that, if you're staying on the road most of the time, an all terrain tire is probably going to be a better choice. These mud terrain tires, they're noisy on the road, they also don't wear all that well on the road.So if you're going to spend a lot of time off-road, you're going to need to use all the benefits of this tire, by all means this is a great choice. If you're going to spend most of the time on the road, you probably want to go with an all terrain. There are some benefits to that. Now, there are also going to be some benefits to a mud terrain tire as far as the construction of the tire goes. This is going to have some large lugs that are spaced fairly far apart and that's really what makes it different from an all terrain tire. They are going to have smaller lugs that are closer together. And the idea behind this is that the tire is self-cleaning. So when you do get it into the mud, into the dirt, the tire isn't going to be completely pack full of mud and become essentially slick off-road. This you can build up a little bit of wheel speed, it'll self-clean itself getting all the bite back to the tire. These large lugs are also siped, and what that means is that they have a small cut in them that will allow them to flex. So when you air this tire down off road and you are driving on the rocks or any other off-road obstacles, this is really going to be able to perform to the obstacle, giving you the maximum contact patch and therefore the maximum amount of traction.As you can see, the tread of the tire does continue down to the sidewall of the tire a little bit and that's pretty typical for a mud terrain tire that's going to going to allow you to still have some traction even when you drive on the rocks with the side of the tire. And this being the extreme version of this mud terrain tire from Mudclaw, this has a three-ply sidewall, which is something that you see often times in a mud terrain tire. That's just going to be a little bit stronger sidewall when you do encounter sticks, rocks, whatever debris off-road, you're going to have more puncture resistance to that sidewall.Also having a little bit stiffer sidewall helps keeps the air down in the tire a little bit more without risking losing the beat of the tire. Now this is going to be a little bit more expensive than the non-extreme version of the mud terrain tire from the Mudclaw, which is also available. But if you are going off-road a lot, you probably want the additional sidewall thickness of this tire.So we already talked about a lot of the construction of this tire. It has large lugs, space far apart with siping, some tread down the sidewall, a three-ply sidewall. Overall, a tire that is designed to be off-road most of the time. There are a lot of people that run these on the road but, again, they're noisy and they don't wear as well as an all terrain tire.So, if you're going to take advantage of all the benefits of a mud terrain tire by using it in off-road a lot, this is gonna be a really nice choice at a lesser price than some of the bigger tire manufacturer brand names. However, if you're not, if you're just staying on the road, go ahead and look at an all terrain. That's going to be a little bit better for you.As far as the installation of this tire goes, you're going to want to take the tire and your wheel to a mount and balance shop, have them mount it up, have them balance it out for you. Now if you are installing a large mud terrain tire, say, 35 or up, some shops won't want to balance that out right away, because you do have a lot of rubber just flinging off this thing in the very beginning of its life. So, some of those shops will have you come back after about 500 miles or so, and mount the tire then. So if you do have a shop that does that don't be surprised.Also, don't try to mount these at home. We've all seen the videos of people using some sort of explosive, some sort of propellant in order to set the beat on a large tire doing it at home. Leave that to the trail fixes, to the emergencies. You'll still want to balance out you're tire so you're going to have to go to mount and balance shop anyway. Just take it there, have them mount it up, that's the right way to do it.So these tires are going to run you from anywhere about $100 to $200, and that completely depends on the size of the tire. Usually, the larger the tire, the more expensive it is. You would expect that. That's going mean more rubber. But also, the larger the wheel the tire's designed for the more expensive it is. It's just kind of the way it is. So a 35-inch tire designed for a 20-inch wheel is going to be more expensive than a 35-inch tire designed for a 15-inch wheel. These are overall, though, are going to be less expensive than those big brand names. The BF Goodrich, the Goodyear, the Nitto. These Mudclaws are going to be a little bit less expensive and they're still going to be a very good tire.So if you're looking to save a couple of dollars, I would definitely recommend taking a look at this one. So if you're looking for a slightly less expensive mud terrain tire, I would recommend taking a look at the Mudclaw that you can by right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Mud Terrain Tire
      • Comes in 3-Ply Sidewall Construction
      • Engineered for Self-Cleaning Capability
      • Designed with Reinforced Casings
      • Fits 9.5"- 10.5" Wide Wheels, Best Fit: 10"
      • Overall Tire Diameter: 32.8"
      • Fits All Jeep Wrangler Models


      Dominate the Terrain. Unleash your off-road machine's true potential with the Mudclaw Extreme M/T Tire which allows you to tackle even the most difficult off-road terrain. It features an aggressive construction and self-cleaning design, making it the perfect tire for mudders and rock crawlers. This tire also has wide channels that keep it protected against stones and debris. And with its innovative designed tread, it has an unmatched amount of grip that lets you easily tackle both rocky and soft ground.

      Smart Tread Design. This tire provides your Jeep with some true off-road traction. It utilizes a smart, large tread block design which enhances grip in all-weather conditions. It also utilizes chip-resistant tread compounds that effectively protects the tire against sharp rocks and other off-road objects that could puncture it. With this on your 4x4, you can drive with expanded capabilities no matter what type of trail you're driving on.

      Ready for Anything. One of the surprising things about the Mudclaw Extreme M/T tire is that despite its aggressive tread design, it runs quietly on the highway. Its city road performance is also beyond expectations. Even on winter, this tire lets you drive on the road with superior traction. So, no matter where you go, no matter what the weather condition may be, this tire has got you covered.

      Application. The Mudclaw Extreme MT Tire is made to fit all 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK and JL models.

      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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      Customer Reviews (11)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.9 out of 5 overall rating from 11 customers

      • May 21, 2020

        5 2019 Wrangler - Neil797

        Super aggressive for offroad use, but still quiet!

        We have these on our 19 JL Sport S and they are perfect! Super Aggressive and work well offroad, and still the road noise is not bad at all! I have been in some vehicles with M/T's that give you a headache just from the tire humm. And these are not bad at all! I love them and my wife is even happier!

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      • March 26, 2020

        5 2014 Wrangler - AndrewP

        Pictures online don't do them justice

        These look and drive great! MaKe a huge difference in how my jeep looks and feels! A little bit of highway hum but I actually really enjoy it!

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      • December 08, 2019

        4 2010 Wrangler - Jason C M

        Great upgrade

        So far an improvement to the old 285’s they were on the Jeep. The ride is nice with joy much noise. Has that great aggressive look as well. Little off roaring this weekend proved to function just as well as looks took some nice mud holes and few large rocky hills

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      • May 02, 2019

        5 2011 Wrangler - MarkG


        Love these tires. Got them in fall on stock jk rims 33”s 2.5 TF lift/steering stabilizer. Ran great in the snow/ice in central NY. Not much road noise an if there was some it wouldn’t bother be because of how awesome they are. Have got to test in mud yet but looking forward to it !!

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      • February 28, 2019

        5 2018 Rubicon - DanH

        GREAT DEAL

        The tires fit good there is just a slight issue with my rubicon hardrock rock sliders. I will need to cut approx a 1/2" off the rear. It only rubs when i hit bumps at a decent speed. The tires look amazing and seem to perform good. I only have about 20 miles on them so far.

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      • February 13, 2019

        5 2013 Wrangler - DeanR

        35” Mudclaws

        Great riding tire and not as loud as I thought very happy. And a great price for these tires.

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      • December 16, 2018

        5 1990 Wrangler - BrandonP

        Great looking affordable price

        Exceeded my expectations dramatically. They look great little to no road noise even at 70mph. I have had a chance to take them off road yet but the on road experience has been great. They balanced out great too. No weird vibrations at any speed.

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      • December 11, 2018

        5 2017 Wrangler - Justin Walsh


        Great tires for a very good price! Great traction in mud/snow and I love the bum they make going down the road I recommend this tire to everyone looking for a very budget friendly and aggressive tire.

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      • September 24, 2018

        5 2013 Rubicon - AlfredC


        I have had a few trucks with big tires and aggressive tread and they would hum purdy loud going down the road. I thought the same for these. Surprisingly these are really quite. Super stoaked with these so far. Gotta get them on the trails to see how they perform. For the price, very happy.

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      • May 12, 2018

        5 2017 Wrangler - DV

        Thousand mile review

        There's a slight highway hum... but I find it rather relaxing. They're a ton of fun in the mud! I've only had them on for about a thousand miles now, I'll update my review as they wear.

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      Questions & Answers (20 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Perhaps I overlooked it,but who makes this tire, ie. BFG, Michelin ,or did I miss this? Thank you.

      • Mudclaw tires are currently made by Cooper Tire.

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      I have 17in stock rim can i run 35/12.50/r17 on it

      • A 35/12.5R17 will not fit on the factory equipped 17" wheels.

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      I Have stock Jeep Rims the current tire size on there is 225/75/15. I just purchased the extreme MudClaw 33/12.5/15. will this tire fit on my current rims?

      • Thank you for your question! For a 12.5" wide tire more tire manufactures will suggest at least an 8" wide rim but preferably a 10" wide rim if you plan on airing down your tires and off roading often. If your current rims are 15x8 to 15x10 they should be perfect for this tire!

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      Will the 285/75r17 mudclaw extreme tires fit on 8.5 inch wide rims? I see first it says 9 to 10 inch on the page then down below it says 8-9 inch? thanks

      • We do not offer a 285/70R17 but we do offer the 285/70R17. As per Mudclaw's fitment the 285/70R17 in the Mudclaw Extreme M/T Tire would need to be installed on a wheel width of 8.0-9.0 for proper fitment. Mudclaw suggests an 8.5" wheel width ideally for the best wear & performance out of the tire.

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      I would like to know if it would be suitable to use a 31" - 265/70R17 on a 9 1/2" wheel, such as the Black Rhino Armory? I see that they are shown to fit a 8" to 9" rim, but will a 1/4" per side be that big of an issue? I'm not looking to go larger in diameter in that it would require a lift.

      • For a 265/70R17Mudclaw Extreme M/T Tire it is suggested by the manufacturer to use between an 8" and 9" wide wheel, we would not suggest installing these on a 9.5" wide wheel. 

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      Will the 33” fit stock 17” wheels on my 2014 JK 0 answer
      How much does the 35x12.50r17 tire weigh? 1 answer
      I currently have stock 18" rims on my 2011 Sahara Unlimited and am using 265 65/18 tires. What 18" of these can I use with my current rims without any rubbing? 1 answer
      I have stock rims on a 2dr 2010 JK, can I run the 285/17R/17 with the stock rims? 1 answer
      Would these tires work on 9,000 lb. Lifted suburban. 1 answer
      Would there be any problem mounting 35/12.50x17 Mudclaws on a 17x9 rim? 1 answer
      Will these fight on the stock 2018 Wrangler JK Unlimited Sahara wheels? 1 answer
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