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Pro Comp X-Terrain

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MSRP: $1,000.00
Average Price: $5,625.05
Manufacturer: Pro Comp
Recommended?
Yes: 19 / No: 3

Pro Comp X-Terrain tire, 305/65-17 (33x12.50-17)

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JCarroll89
Registered User
JCarroll89's Reviews
10-01-2013, 02:16 AM
Price: $600.00
Pros: Directional tire with awesome performance off road
Cons: A little noisy
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Got them on craigslist for a steal when I put my lift on, couldn't be happier with their performance


Cavguy1965

Registered User
Cavguy1965's Reviews
06-08-2013, 03:24 AM
Price: $250.00
Pros: I like the look of them
Cons: Just put them on- we'll see
Recommended? Yes

Comments: They've just gone on, so I'll write a real review when I've driven on them a bit.


jeepzjgrrl
Registered User
jeepzjgrrl's Reviews
03-27-2013, 01:43 PM
Price: $160.00
Pros: everything
Cons: nothing
Recommended? Yes

Comments: last long , great on the trail and amazing on the street.


CMJ559

Registered User
CMJ559's Reviews
09-04-2011, 07:27 PM
Price: $213.00
Pros: Seems to have decent traction.
Cons: Tend to tear chunks of lugs off on the rocks
Recommended? Yes

Comments: They came on the Jeep when I bought it. I mainly play in the rocks and the do pretty well. There are better tires out there for that. They do get chunks torn out of them on the rocks, got worse when I got a locker. Do well on the road.


GruntMarine
Registered User
GruntMarine's Reviews
12-21-2010, 08:12 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: Works great in mud
Cons: snow sucks but I expected that
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I'll wouldn't mind getting them again


TJ-Tera

Registered User
TJ-Tera's Reviews
10-14-2010, 05:38 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: Very grippy
Cons: None.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These tires have taken a LOT off abuse and still deliver. Great buy.


smokinlib1

Registered User
smokinlib1's Reviews
09-24-2010, 08:33 PM
Price: $234.99
Pros: Great grip in the rocks
Cons: Bumpy at low speeds and noisy as they get older
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Great tire for the price. I use it heavily in the rock/boulders in SoCal and have torn entire lugs off and the tire continues on. As the tires age they lose some of their "stickyness" and start to bump bad at low speeds. These tires have taken all the abuse I can throw at them and keep coming back for more.


Shiguy
Registered User
Shiguy's Reviews
05-25-2010, 10:35 AM
Price: $200.00
Pros: treads extend entire width of tire, extreme durability you would have to physically be try to punch a hole in the side, look good!
Cons: treads are not as deep as many other tires, make a loud hum on roads, VERY HEAVY tires, pricy for the size of tires
Recommended? No

Comments: I have the 33" version of these tires currently mounted on 16" M/T classic II rims. They look awesome, one of the key aspects to this tire is that the tread extendes the entire width of the tire. A lot of the other off road tires such as swamper TSL's do not go the entire width. When the tire says 12.5 inches on these, you have literally 12.5 from tread end to tread end even at full inflation. This actually corolates to amazing sand performance in sand. If you want a beach jeep (previous owner was) these tires are perfect. You don't need to deflate at all most the time since they're alreayd at almost max width to begin with.

The sidewalls are also crazy reinforced for some extreme durability. that being said, they are pretty pricey at almost $70 more per tire than other similar sized tires and are VERY HEAVY! All that rubber adds up and driving on the road hitting bumps the un-sprung weight is fairly noticeable. The treads also don't seem as deep as other "mud" tires.


Sterner09

Registered User
Sterner09's Reviews
03-19-2010, 02:16 PM
Price: $300.00
Pros: great tread wear.
Cons: little noisey
Recommended? Yes

Comments: wore great, still have half tread on t hem after 30,000


GroundAssault

Registered User
GroundAssault's Reviews
10-17-2009, 08:51 AM
Price: $0.01
Pros: The grab onto any terrain
Cons: They are loud and wear quickly
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I basically got them on accident. I did't really care if I had these tires or any other off road tire when I had picked them up. But once I started using them off road, it was clear they were well superior to MT/Rs and BFG Mud Terrains. There was no where that I couldn't follow my friends with the 3.07s and 33s. Very good product. The only thing that I don't like is that they wear kinda fast. I barely drive my Jeep besides buzzing around during the summer and it seems like I did not get much life out of these tires. I think I would get maybe 20-30k out of them from new. Oh well, I guess they were not meant to be driving around on the street.


dayriesw

Web Wheeler
dayriesw's Reviews
08-11-2009, 11:14 AM
Price: $100,000.00
Pros: great grip in the la gumbo
Cons: to aggressive for street use on a wet road w/ lockers
Recommended? Yes

Comments: they are amazing for mud and not for mall cruisers


jt97tj
Registered User
jt97tj's Reviews

03-24-2009, 08:59 PM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $1,000.00
Recommended? No

Comments: 3 tires with great tread are useless due to several sidewall cuts...the 2 remaining are used strictly as spares....horrible considering $$$ spent.


white2door

Registered User
white2door's Reviews

03-01-2009, 07:54 AM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $657.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Great tire on the rocks, even in the rain. In the mud they hook up really well and hardly ever spun a tire.


Emagg
Registered User
Emagg's Reviews

10-23-2008, 10:40 PM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $234.99
Recommended? Yes

Comments: awsome tires great ride when balanced right. have to keep rotated to keep from cupping to keep the noise level down. but gets great traction on and off road. great rain traction. good mud traction. and awsome sand traction. great allaround tire not a hardcore off-road tire but not a slouch either. 234.99 for a 305/70R16


jumbojeepman
Registered User
jumbojeepman's Reviews

09-20-2008, 02:40 AM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I have had my 35" X-Terrains on 2 different vehicles (78 F-150 and 76 CJ-7,) I like them on both. I don't drive enough to put much wear on them, but I still have 3/4 of the original tread and I've had them for 5 years. It hasn't snowed here in years, so I can't comment on that, but they perform great in mud, rainy weather and on sand. They aren't too loud. The terrain I have the most trouble with is rock, but maybe because I didn't air them down at all. They also do tend to dig in loose dirt. Overall, I like them better than BFG Mud Terrains, and they provide a nice compromise between regular MT's and Hard Core tires (like Swampers.)


justanotherjpr

Registered User
justanotherjpr's Reviews

09-05-2008, 04:02 PM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $325.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Terrible in the snow, decent in mud, rocks, sand, ect. Holds the bead well on 8" wheels. Have only cut one sidewal thus far.


Duble-it
Registered User
Duble-it's Reviews

08-19-2008, 03:31 PM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $800.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Somewhere between 7 and 8. Good soft compound for wheelin yet not too soft for the road. Would have been a 9 but this weekend I put a branch through the sidewall on passenger front. on the downside they are directional


StvDiego
Registered User
StvDiego's Reviews

07-05-2008, 08:26 PM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $799.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: 35"s, awesome in the rocks, hard park or dirt. In real soft sand you'll have to air down a bit more but I've run these down to 6lbs with no problems. In snow and sticky mud they pack up quick and can be hard to clear. Super tough sidewalls, good wear, low noise on the highway. Great tires


ryanpurdy2004
Registered User
ryanpurdy2004's Reviews

07-02-2008, 04:39 AM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $950.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: wouldn't have any other tire, this is my second jeep and im still running the x-terrains because i have found a better one yet, and the road noise is very low and they last for a while.


cj71983
Registered User
cj71983's Reviews

04-27-2008, 09:04 PM
Pro Comp X-Terrain
Price: $150.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Great on rocks. Not so good in the mud


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