Multi Mile Mud Claw MT Tire Review & Rating

The Multi Mile Mud Claw MT, which is made by Cooper, is designed to provide the strength and durability you need when you go off the beaten track. Built for light truck, SUV, jeep and other 4×4 owners, the Multi-Mile Mud Claw Extreme MT features an aggressive tread pattern that will take you through any type of terrain without letting you down, while still delivering more than capable on-road performance.

A deep tread design made from a durable tread compound ensures that this tire is able to withstand all types of off-road and on-road punishment. The tires’ 3-ply sidewall construction, on 18-20-inch sizes, gives this model added protection against punctures, tears and other damage from rocks and debris.

Multi Mile Mud Claw MT Tire Review

Thanks to interlocking tread lugs, staggered shoulder blocks and alternating lug sizes, grip these Mud Claw tires go through soft sand and mud without issue. Built-in stone ejectors and the self-cleaning capabilities of the tread rid itself of rock and mud buildup, further enhancing off-road performance.

Multi-Mile Mud Claw Radial MT tires are pinned for the addition of studs if you find yourself needing to add them. However, this tire performs very well in deeper amounts of snow, slush and other winter conditions.

The Multi-Mile Mud Claw MT comes in 15-20 inch sizes, with C, D and E load ratings available. A limited tread warranty is also included.


  • Excellent off-road traction through all types of terrain
  • Good on wet or snow covered pavement
  • Impressive tread life
  • Solid value for the lower cost


  • A little more noise than some top MT tires as the tread wears

Overall Thoughts

You’ll find the Multi-Mile Mud Claw MT tire delivers solid off-road performance in all terrain. From rugged rock formations to deeper amounts of mud, this tire stands up to the punishment. It works well for farm use, those living off gravel roads, construction site workers and anyone else looking for a tough as nails tires at a lower price point.

On the highway, this tire sings a bit, but not any more so than other MT tires. I’d say it sits somewhere in the middle of the pack among other models when it comes to on-road noise performance. Traction on dry, wet or snow is what you would expect from a quality tire, safe and dependable. In addition, the tread wears like iron.

Overall, the Multi-Mile Mud Claw MT tire is a good value for money and performs adequately in difficult off-road and on-road driving conditions. If you’re looking for a budget-minded MT tire, this model is not a bad choice.

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What Vehicles Will The Multi-Mile Mud Claw MT Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Chevrolet Silverado, Colorado, K1500, Avalanche, S10, Blazer, Tahoe
  • Dodge Ram, Dakota, Durango
  • Ford F-150, Ranger, Bronco, Expedition
  • GMC Sierra, Canyon, Jimmy, Suburban
  • Hummer H3
  • Isuzu Trooper, Hombre5, Rodeo, Amigo S
  • Mitsubishi Montero
  • Nissan Crew Cab, Titan, Pathfinder
  • Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, CJ5, CJ7
  • Land Rover Range Rover
  • Toyota FJ Cruiser, 4Runner, Tacoma, Tundra

Tire Sizes


LT235/75R15 104Q C BW
LT31/10.50R15 109Q C OWL
LT35/12.50R15 113Q C BW
LT37/12.50R15 124P D BW


LT235/85R16 104Q E BW
LT265/75R16 122N C OWL


LT235/80R17 120Q E BW
LT245/75R17 121Q E BW
LT295/70R17 121Q E BW
LT305/65R17 121Q E BW
LT315/70R17 121Q D BW
LT33/12.50R17 114Q D OWL
LT35/12.50R17 119Q D OWL


LT275/70R18 125Q E BW
LT275/65R18 123Q E BW
LT305/70R18 126Q E BW


LT305/55R20 121Q E BW
LT35/12.50R20 121Q E BW

Price Range

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Multi-Mile provides a limited tread warranty on the Mud Claw MT.

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12 thoughts on “Multi Mile Mud Claw MT Tire Review & Rating

  1. Have these tires in a LT265/75/16 on my 2015 Tacoma. Have put 60,000 miles on them and finally just ordered another set to replace them with. Great tire that wears good, not to much noise and has never left me stuck.

  2. I just put a set on my Gladiator. The tires balanced well and the noise is minimal. They are great on the Highway at 80 MPH. So far I’m pleased with them.

  3. Super loud, horrible handling. Poor balancing, shook like crazy, bad wobble feeling. Sold them after 500 miles and returned to Toyo at2’s

    1. Did you balance them yourself lol. There’s always one illiterate in the bunch lol dude you sound better with your mouth shut

  4. I have now on my 2007 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 door the second set the first lasted me 55000 miles and now working on this set very little noise even with soft top and great off road in sand or the nasty sticky red clay mud we have near Greenville SC

  5. I just bought a set of these in 35×12.50 18 for my 2015 F150 with 6″ Rough Country lift. They have been superb off road so far and produce almost no noise on the road. The hum is pretty much undetectable in the cab with the windows up, but sounds good with the windows down. I would recommend them to anyone looking for an off road tire. The price can’t be beat either. I got them mounted, balanced and and alignment for $950.

  6. I have 31 10 50s on a Suzuki samurai on 8in wheels they do crown up in the center at 35psi there not flat on the ground but to me seem pretty quiet maybe air down a bit more contact patch nice looks lot of tread I think there worth the money seem we’ll built and heavy-duty no complaints here

    1. Just put the second set on my 2014 silverado 27570/18 very pleased with 1st set that’s why I replaced them with same, very little noise, my truck is like a tank in snow and mud, no problems, just not sure what tire pressure to run for pavement been told couple different things 1 said 90 lbs 1 said 65 lbs and when they just put my new ones on they said 35lbs ???

      1. Open your driver door and look for the white sticker on the sides of the door somewhere you should find the cold air psi somewhere. That’s how much you should put in your tire. If they happen to look a little lower than u like just add 5 -10 pounds it wont hurt nothin.

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