I had a friend blow two of them on the same day trip!
I have 35' Goodyear MT/R's and I would reccommend them to anyone! Gread on road even better off! I have had them on for over 15,000 miles and there is no noticeable tread wear. They have 3 ply sidewalls so you won't cut them on anything
"I'l believe no matter what they say"
I second the vote on the Gooyear's. Damn good tire. I like the X-terrains look, but I have not had any experience with them. On another note, I have had bad experiences with 4 Wheel Parts in San Antonio ( I think they're the only place you can get Pro-Comp tires in this area).
'01 TJ, 3" BDS lift, OME LT Shocks, 32" Goodyear MT/R's, Eagle Alloy 1869's, Warn Rock-Slider rocker skids, JKS discos, KC's, Alpine deck, Infinity noise makers, Hi-Lift mounted on front bumper and fire extinquisher mounted on tranny tunnel......
I run the goodyear MT/R - again with the 3 ply sidewall and great
treadwear. I have used them on rocks/mud/street and I am very
happy with them. I would go with either the goodyear or the bfg
based on reputation - the truxxus also has a good rep from what
has been posted so far. - you might also search the lift/tires
forum for information.
I think that if you have any mud/wet ground involved, you might want to consider the Swamper TSL's. They are simply awesome offroad. I run 36's and have also run the 33's and loved every single minute of it!!
The Pro-Comp X-Terrains ARE AWESOME TIRES!! My dad has a set of 35's on his Jeep and loves them. Excellent on-road usage. No pulling at all in either direction. Not too much noise. I'm guessing tread wear is 20,000-30,000 miles. As for off-road, superb as well. They get great grip and and great mud traction. My dad turned ran a 125 ft. mud pit about 8" deep in 3.4 seconds. He has a 360 and the weakest axles that come in jeeps. I would recommend these tires to anyone looking for good on/off road usage and some sweet looking tires.
'95 YJ- 2.5L
Flat Fendered, 3 1/2" Rusty's suspension lift, 1" BL, 1" shackles, 33x12.50 Swamper TSL's, Clarion CD Player, JL Amp, 2 10" Kicker Comps, Bestop, Tuffy Console, some engine mods......Member of Independent Offroad in Bowling Green, KY
--Had to get something new for the college commute, BUT, the Jeep is still mine and my Dad's--
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One thing nobody has mentioned is that the X-Terrains are directional tires meaning that you have to rotate them differently than non-directional tires. Also your spare will be a left or right tire (unless you have two spares).
RIP: '97 TJ with 2in Teraflex with QD's. 32in AT's. Hi-lift jack, two 10in subs and a 500 watt amp. 150watt KC Daylighters. Avalanche Engineering Rocker Knockers.
Here's a positive vote for the X-Terrains. They have performed excellent for me off-road, in many different conditions. The directional tread is a draw-back, but I've had to run my spare on the wrong side, it works fine.
'92 YJ, SOA w/ 35x12.5 X-terrains,RE quick-discs, Warn HS9500i, Detroit Electrac rear, ARB front, 4xDoctor rocker guards, AGR Steering, Borla Header & exhaust, Atlas II
Many bloody knuckles, Best of all, my wife luvs it too!!!
***Coming soon*** Chevy 350 V8 swap