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Old 03-13-2008
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Bridgestone Dualer A/T or Procomp A/T's

I'm looking at these two tries and wondering what your opinion is on them. I don't really care about BFG A/T's so don't suggest them.
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I've heard a lot more good things about the Bridgestones then the Procomps. I dont like the Procomp tread anyway. Are you willing to explain why you don't care about the BFGs?
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Price. I have found a pretty good deal locally for the dualers and the procomp's. In the end it will be about $125 a tire, mounted and balenced.

Oh and the procomp's are "blemished" but they still carry a full 50k mile warentee so I'm not too worried.
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Ah very good reason. But yeah from what I've heard of people opinions that they like the Bridgestones a lot more.
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At that price I don't think you can go wrong with either tire. If I had a vote go with Bridgestone. You also shunned everyone away by not allowing BFG's into this thread.
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Yeah I have a set of those Bridgestone A/T Revo's. Pretty good tire in my opinion. Haven't gone off road much with them, since I have only had them since late fall. However, with the latest snowfall that Ohio has had I must say they performed GREAT! These tires chewed through that snow like it was nothing! Thick highway slush is 100x better to travel through now then with my old wrangler R/T's. I'm expecting great results with this tire off roading this spring and summer. I don't know how much this will help, but that's my review on them so far lol.
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i would go with the because of the wear.. my bridgestones were worn out after 30,000.. and the pro comps wear a lot better
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ProComps! Great A/T tire for wear and snow traction.
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i had Procomps on my cj7 and even when i didnt air down, they pulled through some nasty **** and the tread cleans out real nice too.
id reccomend them.

i know you dont want bfgs but the website i ordered mine from had lots of other tires for super cheap and free shipping. and road hazard coverage.
www.discounttires.com (not the discount tire your thinking of, thats tires.com)
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