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Pro Comp Radial All Terrain

I was thinkin about getting some of the Pro comp all terrain tires. Anyone know if they are any good?
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I plan to get a set this summer. Seem to be a pretty nice tire. 50,000 Mile Warranty.
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im going to be straight up. i got a set because of the warranty and all. Frankly, they are ****ing terrible. They ride like **** and they cup like crazy. (my alignment is spot on, and all the suspension parts are good, so that leaves the tires.)

BFG or bust. you dont need a warranty with the bfg because you know they will last over 50k for sure.

and they are cheaper.

That is my opinion of the PC ats.
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If I had stayed with this look, they would have been my next tire, but I will get some KM2's next.
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im going to be straight up. i got a set because of the warranty and all. Frankly, they are ****ing terrible. They ride like **** and they cup like crazy. (my alignment is spot on, and all the suspension parts are good, so that leaves the tires.)

BFG or bust. you dont need a warranty with the bfg because you know they will last over 50k for sure.

and they are cheaper.

That is my opinion of the PC ats.
Im pretty sure youre smoking crack ()

Ive had mine on since August, no cupping whatsoever... they ride much nicer than the BFG ATs that were on my truck at one time. I have no complaints whatsoever... great in snow as well

I have a T-Bar crank and 32"x11.5"s
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im about 5000 miles into mine no noticeable wear. the ride is "smooth as eggs" on the road. cant speak for offroad manners. but, I cant see them being any worse than the Bfg A/T in the mud.
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theyre not bad in mud at all

the worst tire Ive ever used in the mud is by far the Firestone Destination AT
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i had the pro comp all terrain radials in a 31 10.50 r15 before i got my destination m/t's and they were an outstanding tire. they were on my truck when i bought it with about 50% treadlife left, i smoked them off all the time went wheeling constantly and never had a complaint. i rode on them twice to the beach back and forth which is about a 5.5 hour drive and they were great. minor cupping towards the end of their life but over all they were great.

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i have them, they are quiet, but theyre off-road capabilties are as limited as my 2wd with an open dif.
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get the m/t's!
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Mike, why would you get the PC a/t over the BFG a/t?

Just curious as to why you would change tires.
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