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Old 10-01-2006
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my old set of BFG a/t's that i sold to bill(04lvl2) had 40,000 miles on them.....i would say they still had another 20k in them............
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Old 10-02-2006
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I've owned both on the wife's TJ.

She currently has the ProComps. No issues so far. She has had them about a year.

I'd say the main difference I've noticed is the softer sidewall of the ProComps.

I drive it a lot. They seem fine in the rain to me.

No burnouts, though. That 2.5L couldn't do a burnout if it's life depended on it.
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haha! You wish you could borrow my truck and do long smokey burnouts since your damn 4 banger and 32's is so SLOW and SO SHORT!!! HAHAHA!!!
ROFLMMFAO! Thats a tagline for sure!
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Old 10-02-2006
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BFG a/t's for the win...

Give it a week, pick up that next paycheck and spend some of it to make up the additional cost of the BFG's...
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I have had a set of 32's and now 33's and will never go with nothing else. Tires are awsome in the snow! They even surprised me! as for the rain i have no compliants, they are very quiet, when i do wheel in, mud,snow,dirt,sand, and soo on i have had no problem. These are great tires and would recomend them to anyone! Go get em! Tread wear is very good also. But its up to you bro.
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Old 10-02-2006
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Im with fletch.....but i have over 35k miles on my Procomp A/T's.....When me and scotty went 4 wheeling he has new BFG's and i had my procomps and his slimed up before mine....Any A/T will slime up in the mud but the pro comp comes with 50% more tread than the BFG's i dont know why people like them so much....a penny would almost dissapear on mine when i had them new....a BFG will only do barely half the penny.....

I still have 70-80% tread left on my tires after 35k miles......And i wheeled them, did burn outs on them, and had to slam on my breaks before....

Yes the rain is alittle slick in these but not like on ice...just if you give it too much power taking off.....

The snow is great, these are the best tires ive had in the snow

I have 33x12.5x15's

I will never buy BFG's again

Rocky
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Old 10-04-2006
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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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I will admit...once in my life. Mark has had good luck with there Procomps and yes that truck is abused... they seem to be an ok tire...i hate how they look tho...and after seening a few years ago get sied like a **** in court for there tires and shotty side walls idk if i could bring my self to buy them...just me
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Old 10-05-2006
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Thanks for Vouching Zach
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