I also want to mention that my dad got the Pro-Comp A/T's (33x12.50) when his 4x4, ext cab. f-150 had 70,000 on it. He tows a construction trailor, and is very hard on his tires. The truck now has 140,000 and the tires still have plenty of tread to go at least another 20,000. Heck, even yesterday when we pulled up to the jobsite it was a extremely muddy driveway on an incline, so we are driving with the construction trailor on uphill (loaded down with glass panels) in 3" of Mud in 2WD, on tires that have 70,000 miles on them! My dad and i both are very impressed with this tire and how it performs, Even though they arent the nicest looking tire as far as sidewall, etc, they are a very good wearing tire with good traction. Most of the michigan crew thats been to my house has seen his truck and the construction trailor, so they know i am not exaggerating.
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