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Procomp Tires???

ive searched and couldnt find a review for them. I'm still researching tires before i put down the money for some right after christmas. I've narrowed down my list to the Grabber AT2s for sure. after that i'm unsure. i want the BFGs, just not paying the price. Ive looked at some Mastercrafts A/Ts, didnt really like em. I was looking at Procomps site and i really like their All Terrains and their XTREME A/Ts. i'd like to have the Xtremes b/c they have a nice looking pattern, a 40,000 mile warranty, the regualer A/Ts have a 50,000 mile warranty. therir tread patterns are similar, the XTREMES have wider tread "teeth." i want an aggressive tire, but one that will still last. Does anyone have experience with either of these ProComp A/Ts or know of anyone that liked/hated them? Should i jsut go ahead and get the Grabbers? i can get the Grabbers for $536 installed. im not sure on the procomps yet. thanks

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Ive had 2 sets of the extreme a/t's on my old fiddy and i loved them. pics dont do the justice they look much more aggressive up close. Very quiet and good riding tire as well. you can usually find them on sale to.
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I had a set of procomps and would never buy another set again, such garbage quality. The rubber would chunk just from driving on the street.
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my mud terrains are the t!ts
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I've thought about getting a set of those extreme a/t for my next set. My sisters friends dad has them on his f-250 and they look good and he says he loves them and they perform well in sand at the dunes.
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i thought you were going to get the grabbers at2s
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i thought you were going to get the grabbers at2s
still researching tires before i commit
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what size are you going with?
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my procomp a/t are the best tires i've ever purchased. quiet on the road, great in the dirt, and they come with a 50k mile warranty.
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im not a fan of the procomp a/ts. theyre poor quality and dont perform as well as bfg all terrains.

bfg a/t's or km2's will be my next tire.
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im not a fan of the procomp a/ts. theyre poor quality and dont perform as well as bfg all terrains.

bfg a/t's or km2's will be my next tire.
You speaking from experience or getting this from the internet?
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what size are you going with?
31x10.5R15. howver, the place i have an account with, they said their supplier doesnt carry them. so i amy nor ba able to get them. im not paying in full for these. im jsut dropping $200 on them ans then paying the rest in months. i just dont have all this cash floating around. So so far, the Grabbers are in the lead at $536 installed for a good tire
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General Grabber AT2

did you see this sit and there price
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31? Thats tiny dude. Step up to a 32/11.50


The grabbers look like a street tire off a factory truck.
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Off-Road tire reviews....(Click link, on the left you will see all the different tires)

All Terrain Tires Reviews - Offroaders.com

Review of Pro Comp AT...
Pro Comp All Terrain Tire Reviews

Review of Pro Comp Extreme AT...
Reviews - Pro Comp Xtreme All Terrain Tire Reviews by Offroaders.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Review Engine Powered by ReviewPost
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General Grabber AT2

did you see this sit and there price
$134 dollars installed at my dealer....so not too bad
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31? Thats tiny dude. Step up to a 32/11.50


The grabbers look like a street tire off a factory truck.
depends on price difference.
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My friend has ProComp A/Ts he doesnt have any problems...
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$134 dollars installed at my dealer....so not too bad
damn cant beat that
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31? Thats tiny dude. Step up to a 32/11.50


The grabbers look like a street tire off a factory truck.
Even better run a 31x12.50, which the procomp AT's are sold in.
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