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Mickey thompson classic II or Pro comp xtreme 1069?

I would like to know what the difference between these are? I'm looking at 15x8 for sure and a 33x12.50 in a 15. I did a search, but couldn't find a comparsion between them.

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I beleive the backspacing is different between the two....what it is, I forget...
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mickey thompson does 3 5/8s. procomp uses standard sizes like 3.75". But a 3 5/8" is 3.625 anyways, not very far off the 3.75
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mickey thompson does 3 5/8s. procomp uses standard sizes like 3.75". But a 3 5/8" is 3.625 anyways, not very far off the 3.75
No, the MT is 3 5/16, whick is like 3.31...that's why I go trid of them for my jeep...stuck out WAY to far.
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the 3-5/8s number is on 15x10s, with MT.
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the 3-5/8s number is on 15x10s, with MT.
who the hell would be dumb enough to buy 10" wheels?.....
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lol.
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matt, I would get 10's unless you plan to airdown.

I have mine at 23 psi and I still have about 1/8" that doesn't touch on each side.

I wish I woulda gotten 10's



Can't go wrong with either wheel you gave!!!


P.S. we are having a mod meet when you do this...I need to be in on the lifting of the steeda!!!
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Hmm, I see pro comp's specs are
offset back spacing load lbs weight
5x45 -19mm 3.75" 2200 20

and mickey

WEIGHT BOLT CIRCLE BACK SPACE MAXIMUM LOAD
17 5-4 1/2" 3 5/16" 2000 LB

plus, i read that the holes of the mickeys are polished, but the whole wheel set is about $100 more than the pro comps.

Ricky, I'd rather not go with 15x10, because of reading some problems with beading and since I don't have fender flares, I don't want to have the wheels stick out to far.
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well i have the procomps and I like em.... Aluminum is a ***** to keep clean tho...get chrome
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well i have the procomps and I like em.... Aluminum is a ***** to keep clean tho...get chrome

hmm, but i don't think neither of them come in chrome though.
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I thought I saw some chrome derivative's of the 1069
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well, i'm getting close to decsion time, 1-2 weeks from now. I'm going for the m/t's classic II's in 15x8.
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good call......i really like my classic II's
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I guess you won't be buying those $8 tires and doing burn outs all the time any more, huh?
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well, i'm getting close to decsion time, 1-2 weeks from now. I'm going for the m/t's classic II's in 15x8.

Nice...I just ordered those last night. Can't wait to get them
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well, i'm getting close to decsion time, 1-2 weeks from now. I'm going for the m/t's classic II's in 15x8.
Nice!
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I guess you won't be buying those $8 tires and doing burn outs all the time any more, huh?

nope, thats right.
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