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Old 12-01-2005
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Pro Comp Mud Terrains!!!

Hey everyone, this is my "review" on Pro Comp Mud Terrains... lol

Ok, first off I am putting these up against the Super Swamper LTB's (34x10.50x15).

These tires VERY well in everything that I've tried them in. I remember someone saying that these don't handle very well on the road, but I have remarkable traction on wet pavement. Used to be w/ the Swampers I could driift very easy & nicley, but sometimes it was just too slippery & it would just go crazy. Well I've tried that many of times w/ the 35's & it just likes to grab like they are supposed to around turns.

The mud on the other had works better than the swampers if you ask me, they don't dig down right when I get in a hole, which is what I want. Sand, oh my gosh, it's a night & day difference. For those of you who came to the Savannah meet, remember the sand pit? Well I drove over that like 100 times the other day w/ no problem & not even aired down.

But that's my "review" on the Pro Comp Mud Terrains, I hope this hels anyone & thanks for looking!

Brenton
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i had the 35 xterrains and they were sweet iliked mine but they werent loud like my boggers so i sold them.
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Sweet. I'll review my TSL's at 5 PSI on the rocks when mine is done .
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Sweet. I'll review my TSL's at 5 PSI on the rocks when mine is done .
damm thats some low psi! there gonna pull there *** off.
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Old 12-02-2005
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Its not the tire, its the extra 2" width...
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I'll swear on pro comp's! I have all t's and i tell ya! Mud,snow,rain,dirt, it doesnt matter. these tires have never done me wrong!!!!!
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Yep, my all-terrains are awesome....Great traction in Everything i've had them in, grass/water/snow/sand, havent got them in the mud yet though.


They are real quiet too..
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