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Pro Comp Xterrains

Anybody here have Xterrains, if so what do you think of them? Im looking into them for my next set of tires. It will be for my DD so how do they perform? On ice, snow, wet roads etc? How is the wear on them also?
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People who own them go through them like **** through a tin horn....Wear fast i heard
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i heard somewhere they had a 60k mile warranty?

idk im not very fond of directional tires...
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hated them, they wore like crap, bubbled sidewalls in 3 out of 4 tires. And didnt grib in the dirt and mud.
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if i was gonna get directional street friendly tires i would say Mickey Thompson Claws...
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crap. borrowed a set from a friend.
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any "xtreme" or "extreme" terrain tire is going to wear fast. it is a softer compound so if u were to put them on a daily driver expect a short life. may i suggest a mud terrain tire. u still get the aggressive look with the traction u need and they are made with a harder compound, so better wear. "BFGoodrich Mud Terrain" or "Toyo Open Country M/T" have good tread life.
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the above comment is true but there is nothing "Xtreme" about these tires. puncture easily no grip in mud and medicore on rock.

I recommend the MT/R

I ran them and a few other board members such as zabeard has run them all with great results.
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"BFGoodrich Mud Terrain" or "Toyo Open Country M/T" have good tread life.
You forgot Toyo Open Country A/T's, I will stand by that tire.
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What about the Pro comp extreme MT. A buddy of mine has them on hisDD toyota and likes them. They are almost the same as the MT/R but look like they have more sipping. Any opinions?
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you know i've been lookin into tires and i was tryin to decide if i wanted to stick with some bfg a/t's or get m/t in 33x12.50 and i was wanting to know what the best preferred tires for wear and performance on our trucks were?
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what about Mickey Thompson MTZs? i haven't had a problem with mine yet...

i've never ran procomps but i've heard they have a pretty weak sidewall
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dont get anything procomp lets put it that way =]
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Isn't Procomp made by Cooper or the other way around?
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Firestone makes good tires as well, my m/t's are holding up great
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