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Mickey Thompson BAJA RADIAL ATZ P3

4.7 stars overall rating (based on 16 reviews)
100% of reviewers would buy this tyre again
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The new ATZP3 heralds a new breed off performance in an all-terrain tyre as it combines unique design elements, technology and engineering. With that combination this tyre crosses between being an all-terrain and mud-terrain tyre to give you the grip and performance when you need it while retaining remarkable on-road traction and low noise characteristics to get you down the road in comfort.
16 reviews
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4.8 out of 5
Crossy, 31 Jan 2020
2014 Toyota 76 series Landcruiser
4.8 out of 5
Fantastic
305/70R16 with 100series 16x8 steel rims. They make the car. The closest thing out there to the old 33x12.5, I let them down to 18psi in the rock and mud and never had a bead pop or a side wall puncture. They bag down nicely and mould over the obstacles wonderfully The grip and wear from these tyres is fantastic, and unless you have Claws or Mudzilla I wouldn’t get mud tyres again. In the real slop they are fair, but for 95% of other 4wding and touring they are perfect. Well made, durable solid tyre. Recommend very highly
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4.4 out of 5
Mushie, 28 Jan 2020
2018 Patrol TiL
4.4 out of 5
Good Tyres
They are a harsher ride than the stock tyres that came with the car but appear to be much more harder wearing and far better grip on the dirt. Havnt done and serious 4wding in them yet.
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4.8 out of 5
Crossy, 13 Nov 2019
2014 Toyota 76 series LandCruiser
4.8 out of 5
Perfect all rounder
Better than an all terrain, I let them down to 20psi when I hit the Vic High Country and never had any issues. Mine are 305/70 R16 on 100series steel 8”x16” rims. Never had a bead pop, great in gravel, lot shale, thick red clay they let me down, but hey they aren’t muddies. Great on long trips, the Cape and back, minimal noise, even wear, I rotate every 5000km. Heavy tire through, notices when accelerating and over the weigh bridge, but good tuff tire.
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4.2 out of 5
Mal Gibbs, 26 Jul 2019
2018 Holden Trailblazer
4.2 out of 5
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Good hard off road tyres high good heavy duty good in wet
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4 out of 5
Jacob, 09 Jul 2019
1999 Nissan Patrol
4 out of 5
Fantastic off and on road
Great tyres, good on road handling while still being legendary off road tyres. Changed to these from a set of cheaper all terrains and the difference is amazing. No more road noise and better traction.
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4.2 out of 5
David Michelmore, 09 Jul 2019
2005 Toyota Landcruiser
4.2 out of 5
ATZ review
Good tyres for highway cruising, noise level acceptable. Tyres excellent off-road in all terrain when correct tyre pressures set. I would definitely purchase again.
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3.8 out of 5
Gary Farrow, 29 Jun 2019
2018 Toyota Prado
3.8 out of 5
Great MIckeyTees
Great off-road, and good onroad in the wet for an AT tyre but a bit noise. Wearing pretty well at the moment. Overall much better than the BFG ATs I had before.
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4.6 out of 5
Grant, 29 Jun 2019
2016 Ford Ranger
4.6 out of 5
Mickey T ATZ P3
I am on my 4th set of these. 70-80km on each set. Started on my ML Triton and now on the PX2 ranger. Great durability. Great handling on and off road. Great mileage. Never dissappoint. Sand, Mud and rock. Not rock throwers and never have traction issues on the black top in wet conditions as I have with another brand. Will continue to recommend.
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5 out of 5
h.s, 26 Sep 2017
Vw Amarok
5 out of 5
The best offroad biased aggresive AT you could have
Having a set of 265/70/17 on the Amarok, went beach and bush tracks couple of times had no problem. Haven't been to deep muds but All4Adventure guys took them through lots of bog holes in Cape York I reckon they are closed to proper mud tyres, if not quite equal (they change to MTZ in the new season).Dry road handling is good enough, very closed to the best road biased AT (697 or ATR), wet roads are a little more slippery but not too bad, certainly better than some less aggressive big brands. They are by far the strongest AT I've even seen, very heavy carcass, deep tread (14mm new, normal ATs would be around 10-11mm). I have same size Toyo AT2 on my other Rok the ATZ is a lot heavier, also performs better on road than the Toyo (a surprise also a disappointment to the Toyos). The only downside is the noise. They are clearly noisier than those road biased ATs but a lot better than proper mud tyres, on par with other aggressive ATs e.g. Cooper St Maxx (basically the same tyres as ATZ). But with such aggressive tread pattern you'd expect this or you'd go something smoother. They are also the most expensive ATs but if you can afford the price they certainly worth it.
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5 out of 5
Muzz1974, 05 Aug 2017
FJ
5 out of 5
Great tyres
On an FJ Cruiser. Been on for 30,000km so far an I reckon I'll get at least 80,000km. Deep tread wearing very well with regular rotations. Good grip in all conditions. Great chunky all terrain. Look the part. Priced around $380 a tyre in Mackay 2015. More noise than the factory tyres but to be expected given the aggressive tread. Recommended. I'll be buying them again.
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4.8 out of 5
Gazajr, 05 Jul 2017
Mazda Bravo 4x4 dual cab
4.8 out of 5
40000k and almost half worn.
I've had these on for 10000k's now including a 5000k round trip to Cape York. These are the most aggressive tyres I have purchased and they do hum a little. They don't annoy me though like some of the muddies I've heard. I've been in soft sand, rock and slippery muddy banks and they've performed excellent. I have them on a stock Mazda Bravo with a 2" lift and completed the entire Tele Track and Frenchmans without needing a snatch or a winch. There was another couple with a major brand of AT's fitted that struggled on the slippery stuff. They didn't have as an aggressive tread pattern though. They seem to be wearing well at the moment measuring 12mm down from 14mm when new.Update. 020416. The tyres have been on for about 12 months and have around 20000k. The hum has gotten a little worse but still bearable. The tread has 11mm left to the wear indicators and I'm still happy with the off road performance. I haven't bogged yet in either sand or mud but haven't gotten in super deep. They lack a little traction on fresh wet bitumen but I'm had far worse. I watch the pressures closely and I'm running a set of 6, rotating every 10000k.Next update. 30000k. 9mm of tread left to the wear indicators. No change in the hum. Wet tar is still a little slippery. Still haven't had any issues. Soft sand without dropping the pressures is a little hard going but managed to do a recovery of a Hilux and camper the other day with 40lb still in them.40000k now. Just about 2yrs old. 8mm of tread left which is 1mm above half. Hum is still the same. I'm used to it now and is not annoying. Wet tar is still a little slippery. We have a notorious roundabout here and I've had the front break traction. Everywhere else you just have to take care and its livable. On the dirt is still great and a trip to Fraser Island is coming up soon. More info on the way.
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5 out of 5
pedro, 03 Jul 2017
2014 Volkswagen Amarok
5 out of 5
Make sure this is the right tyre for what you do
I bought six of these tyres and have done about 30k on them now, and they seem to be holding up very well on a mixture of bitumen, sand and gravel roads, including a Canning Stock Route trip. Certainly no damage or leaks, they are tough and resilient. They are however harsh and noisy on the bitumen, noisy to the point of fatigue on a long trip on the blacktop. And don't bother with the sound system, you won't hear it once you get above 80 km/hr. The other downsides are the weight when you have to handle them (twice the weight of passenger rated tyres) and the spare won't fit under the car. If you do a lot of off bitumen driving however, these are very robust tyres that actually ride much better on a gravel road than bitumen, particularly if you've let the pressure down to compensate. I ran at 15/18 psi on sand and gravel for hundreds of km without any damage to the tyres at all, but you need to keep the speed down.
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5 out of 5
Cairns PAJ, 15 Mar 2017
1992 Mitsubishi SWB Pajero
5 out of 5
31x10.5r15LT
215 km ago I put some rubber on a renovated 92 SWB Pajero with a factory Lift. Just got back from the 100km off road test. The terrain varied from deep dry sand to steep uneven inclines and declines including river rocks , sharp granites and washy gravels over river beds.My main test was to climb as steeply as possible up a smooth rock face which leads over a sharp apex then flattens out to a steady gravel incline.Granted , the SWB Paj is in its element in this test.With no slip of these tyres at all, I can say they are amazing.These tyres are incredibly comfortable off road and surprisingly quite on the asphalt.I would use the word predictable to describe the performance of these tyres. The Paj, loved them, my crew loved them. I love them enough to actually write this review to assist anyone seeking the best tyre in the world.Stone and dust dispersion is exceptional. I did pick up 1 small triangular rock that wedged in the tread which was easily flicked out with a small stone flicker.As far as I can research and test , these 50/50 are remarkable.The most amazing thing to me is they should perform to this standard for another 80,000km with the usual rotations and sensible driving.Totally recommend this product.
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5 out of 5
Jethro, 09 Jan 2017
2010 Mitsubishi triton mn 201k. 2" lift & heavier suspension
5 out of 5
Good all round but not the best on grassy areas.
These tyres are quiet on the road as long as you make sure that you have your wheel alignment done & have them balanced and rotated regularly. I was very sceptical early in the piece that I would get over 80k from them but know that they are at 95k & still going, pleases me no end & I would buy again.
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5 out of 5
Tiffany, 08 Dec 2016
Nissan patrol
5 out of 5
Excellent tyres
Very happy with these tyres so far, they grip really well to the road and aren't too noisy, even though they are an all terrain the tread pattern is comparable to the mtzs on our other car. I've found Mickey thompsons to wear well on our other car and I'm expecting the same result from these tyres.
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