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TBC Expands Mud Claw Extreme MT Line

Posted on September 7, 2017
TBC says the Mud Claw Extreme MT is an outstanding alternative to much higher priced products in the mud traction segment.
TBC says the Mud Claw Extreme MT is an outstanding alternative to much higher priced products in the mud traction segment.

TBC Brands LLC has added 13 sizes to its Mud Claw Extreme MT line. The expansion includes two 22-inch fitments.

The new sizes expand the total size offering in the Mud Claw Extreme MT to 31 LT and flotation fitments. The company says the size range provides broad coverage in the mud traction (MT) segment and gives dealers and consumers a high value combination of outstanding performance and top-tier appearance offered at an economical price point.

“For enthusiasts, the Mud Claw Extreme MT is an outstanding alternative to much higher priced products in the mud traction segment that are often in short supply,” says Jon Vance, vice president of product marketing for TBC Brands. “With the addition of these 13 new sizes, including 22-inch fitments, the value proposition offered by this great line has become even stronger for both dealers and consumers.”

The new sizes will be available on a rolling basis through the fall of 2018. The new sizes are listed below.

  • LT315/75R16
  • LT235/80R17
  • LT315/70R17
  • LT275/65R18
  • LT305/70R18
  • LT305/55R20
  • 32x11.50R15LT
  • 35x12.50R15LT
  • 33X12.50R17LT
  • 37x12.50R17LT
  • 37x12.50R20LT
  • 35x12.50R22LT
  • 37x13.50R22LT

For more information, visit www.tbcbrands.com.

Related Topics: Jon Vance, Mud Claw Extreme MT, mud-terrain tires, TBC Brands LLC

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