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ProComp Extreme Mud Terrain 8 22.86%
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ProComp Extreme Mud Terrain or Mickey Thompson MTZs

need some help on deciding what tires to get. i wanted km2s but with the national backorder they are out of the question. im mostly down to these two tires now. talked to a few people here locally and both have good reviews but one person swears by the pro comps and one swears by the mtzs. would like some input on what people think and thier experience with them. oh and for the haters i will most likely be buying thru 4wheel parts lol they are having a sale on saturday where installation and all is free, plus 6 months no interest payments. and they will match any other price locally or online. so lets hear some inputs.
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MTZ's...had them, loved them! and against the pro comp the MTZ's are the much better tire.
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Alright it's leaning towards the mtz's then. Especially since 4wheel parts price matches and I found them for $176 a tire in 33s
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Ya I'm thinking the mtz's for sure lol especially at 173 a tire... It's hard to find a 33 for that
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Ya I'm thinking the mtz's for sure lol especially at 173 a tire... It's hard to find a 33 for that
Not if you go down to a 15 rim; 173 would be expensive then.
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I do have a 15" rim lol
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i have xtreme mt's on my work truck, i dont mind em, liked the xterrains better.
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what about the claws?
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I like my extremes
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I like the xterrains but I heard that they are not that great in sand and mud.
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Not if you go down to a 15 rim; 173 would be expensive then.
agree there are decent mud tires out there for much cheaper.
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173 for a mud terrain is not bad. Especially on my 15" rims. I mean the km2s were about 200
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i never liked any pro comp tires
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MTZ i love mine prob going to buy another set when thease wear out
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I had MTZ's and loved them!
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So I just ordered some mtz's
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MTZs hands down.
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nice choice...
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