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Pro Comp Mud Terrains??

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by costman13, October 29, 2007.

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  1. costman13

    costman13 Active Member

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    How do you guys who are running them like them?? i work for goodyear and get a rippen deal on 35x12.50R15!

    Ohh yeah im running a 5.5 superlift, and 33's, and they look a bit small for my 92 sport, hows 35x12.50's look with the 5.5 superlift??


    THANKS FELLAS!!
     
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  3. Tbars4

    Tbars4 Moderator Emeritus Elite In Memoriam

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    ...you work for goodyear??? you can become my new best friend, lol...why are you looking for procomps when you can get the goodyear mt/r's??? here is an mt/r pic...:D

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  4. costman13

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    truth be told... MT/R's are freakin EXPENSIVE no matter who you are!


    but anywho... no feedback on the ProComps??
    i was thinkin either them or the Mikey Tompson MTZ's and i know 410fortune loves his.
     
  5. costman13

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    ohh and tbars, how bad do you rub on the rear of the wheelwell? my 33's rub bad enough to have torn the bottom of the plastic inner fender off. i have moved my raduis arms out a bit and that seems to help but just wondering if the 35's would be to much without a little help (f-150 spacers and rear shackles)
     
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    mine are great even for 32s...
     
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    The procomp Mts are an ok tire. I ran them for a while. It seemed like the first half of the tread wore superfast then the last half wore like iron. It is also the only tire I have ever cut a sidewall on. Might have been me driving on the tire with it flat and off the bead for 50 ft till I could get to a spot to change it. If you get a great price I would pick them up.

    The other thing is if it is still like the old ones they have a 2 ply sidewall where the bfgs have a 3 ply.
     
  8. costman13

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    rockranger, how did they hold up on the rock and dirt applications. i rarely or never go "muddin", so i dont mind if they suck in the mud, but need a tire good on the rock and dirt.
     
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    I had these and I would have to say I didn't like them. My next set and current set are BFG Mud terrains are way better.
    the pro comps cupped and chunked out badly and were insanely loud even when new and with proper alignment and balanced.

    my current set are 33inch bfg mud terrains and I couldn't be happier they are sweet. I have about 11000 miles on them, and they have more then half their tread and are still way quieter then the pro comps
    when they were new they were like street tires but have gotten slightly louder now.
    offroad they are real good and seem like they grip just as good as the procomps but I now have a locker in the rear so thats a huge difference in capability. Also the side luggz are sweet.

    I got them way cheaper then the procomps,
    I picked them up from 4wheelparts with free shipping and a 90 dollar rebate so they were cheaper then the pro comps even with the buy three get one free deal.

    so all in all Pro Comps :thumbdwn:
    BFG :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::D
     
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    mounty71 It's green, not gray. Elite Explorer

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    They should have way more than half their tread left at only 11,000 miles.
     
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    ...my truck is not set up stock and i have the superlift r.a.'s...also i have a 3" b.l....i do have a rub at full flex and compression but a little trim will be fine...the tires smacked the fenders till just shy of perfect at truckhaven without wrinkling the fenders...if i trim 1" back on the fenders it wouldn't rub...
    ...i was going to get the procomps but i heard alot of people say they were definately not as good as the bfg muds, bad tire wear, noise, etc...4wheelparts has sells on both tires and i believe the procomps are on their last sell of the calendar year with 4wheelparts...
     
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    I had a set of the ProComps, and they SCREAM on the highway. A very loud tire, other than that, they seemed to wear okay, and performed fine on the rocks.
     
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    i run them on my dakota, ive put about 10k miles on them and they still look new. yes they are loud but i actually like the noise.
     
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    (moved to Tires & Wheel section)
     
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    My destroyed Pro comp MT's did great when i went to cliffs (by destroyed i mean not much thread, cuts, leaking air, etc) and with the deal Pro comp is offering i can't refuse for $552 for 4 tires to my door, i can't resist.
     

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