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Old 04-22-2011
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Pro comp mud terrains

Does anyone have experience with this tire? Performance on or off road? How it performs in winter conditions? Seems like a pretty good price for the size. I'm also looking at the duratracs at 268 a tire in a 285/70/17 but am open to other suggestions for close to a 33 on 17s.

I won't lie either, my trucks more of a mall crawler, but hopefully with a little more meat and some more free time this summer I'll get out and hit some trails. I don't care that I may not NEED an mt I just like the look and would like to get out and use it some
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Old 04-22-2011
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they wear very fast. a simular tire would be a firestone destination m/t and i have seen people getting 50k out of them on full size trucks unlike seeing 35-30k out of the pro comps
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I dont have any experience with these tires but have heard from many people that they wear out extremely fast. My dad ran the extremem mt on his tacoma and only got about 15000 on them and he rotated them every 5000. He now has 37 toyo mt and loves them.
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I have em but I havnt had them for too long so I can't really say much about wear. When I took them off road they did perform well and are not too bad on road, you get a pretty nice hum around 35-40mph. Personally I don't think I will be buying another set any time soon.
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Old 04-22-2011
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well well, Ive ran em for 3 years. got a deal on 3 for $80, one was 3/4 tread and the other 2 were 50% so I had to get another new one. the new one has been on the truck for 3 years and still has half tread. (so far probably 75,000 on it) since then I bought 3 new ones and they still look new. OH and Im also running a 33x12.50x17 so heres some pics for ya.

these are great tires on and offroad. they do hum but I like it.

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Old 04-22-2011
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I have a set of 32" Pro Comp MT tires that I used primarily for off-road. That have about 14,000 miles on them and they still have a lot of tread. I think they should get be good to 40,000 miles before the tread is worn enough to not be useful off-road.

I have noticed they are beginning to show signs of being out of balance. I had them balanced at a shop when I was traveling but it didn't help a lot. It may be that they did not do a good job. I'll have it done by a place I trust to see if it improves. Balance is not a big deal off-road but I like it to be smooth on the highways while driving to an off-road trail.

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not a good tire they wear to fast they have weak side walls and they hold mud
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Old 04-29-2011
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I have a friend that has a set on a superduty mainly used for towing his rig, and he seems to like them ok. He doesn't take it offroad though.
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