post #1 of Old 02-17-2013, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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Pro Comp Tires

I had had a set on sence 2003 ten years (MT35x12.50-R15) yes their now real bald. How come I don't see many people running them on this site. Is their a problem with them?

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post #2 of Old 02-17-2013, 11:06 PM
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I don't know much about the pro comps, but a lot of people run bfg's or good year kevlar's.

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post #3 of Old 02-17-2013, 11:10 PM Thread Starter
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I was going to get some new tires just wanted some input. I went to get the BFG's thats what I was running in the 33 variety. But 4 wheel parts had the procomps on sale buy 3 get 1 free that day.
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I have had the same set on two jeeps since 2009. They still have decent tread and run great down the road

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post #5 of Old 02-17-2013, 11:20 PM
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Check tire rack online, get a price quote, take it to your local shop and have them price match. I did that when I bought my Kevlars @ discount tire. Personally, I like my Kevlars. Bfg's are good too.

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post #6 of Old 02-18-2013, 11:45 AM
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wow everytime i see that buy3 get 1 free deal it never extends to 33's or 35's

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If it's supposed to move and doesn't use WD40
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post #7 of Old 02-18-2013, 09:04 PM
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Really look at that deal good and price match.
It sounds good but is really a marketing ploy.
I ran Pro Comp MTs for a year or so. Was really not happy with them.
Not saying they were terrible but the Bridgestone Dullers MT (they do not make anymore) were hands down better offroad.

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I've had good luck with them. I will be replacing my MT's with the Xtreme MT's in a week or so.

http://www.tirepackage.com/

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I have been running the Procomp Xtreme Mt's 35x12.5x15 for the last two years. They work well and there is plenty of tread left, although my Jeep is not driven daily.

Looking on Procomp's website, there is now an Xtreme MT2 available. From the pics I see no difference, and the description is identical.
The only difference I can find by comparing the Xtreme MT and the Xtreme MT2 is that the original version is no longer available in the size that I am running.

Anyone know what the difference is?

Pics of my Xtreme MT... original version.



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Update:

I punched a stick (almost a log) through the "Tri-Ply" side wall of my original Procomp Xtreme MT's. The new Xtreme MT2 is all that is available, so I had to buy one.

Now I can see a difference between the two.

The new MT2 has a stepped tread design, and every other outer tread is scalloped. Other than that, they look almost the same.

Just in case anyone was wondering what the difference is.

Oops!


Right next to the "Tri-Ply" logo.



Original Xtreme MT up front, MT2 in the rear.


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