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    I was putting pictures in the Jimmy Forum and thought I'd throw this one in here; the first field run with my new 265's.
    They did pretty well, I like 'em! We did a 150 mile trip last week, and they were great on the highway, too.

    That's my 2c,

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    I like the looks of it. Kind of reminds me of the old Jeep tires. Glad they are working out for you.
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    I have 10,000 highway mies on mine so far, and they don't even show any signs of wear. I rotate them every 3,000 miles out of habit, I think you'll like them on the highway too they aren't too loud. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
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    Looks like you had some fun.
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    I've had my 35" Pro Comp A/T's on my Tacoma for 19 months and they've been pretty good. I've got 15K on them and so far they've worn real even and havent picked up any road noise or wandering habits.
    I should rotate them since I havent done it yet, but their working so well like they are why mess with a good thing.

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    looks like you had some fun!! I've never really been to fond of pro comp tires tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete95Sierra View Post
    looks like you had some fun!! I've never really been to fond of pro comp tires tho
    I have pro comp X terrains. on my Jeep
    They have gotten louder with higher milagege.. Nothing to brag about off road.
    Goin with super swampers next
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04sierracrewcab View Post
    I have pro comp X terrains. on my Jeep
    They have gotten louder with higher milagege.. Nothing to brag about off road.
    Goin with super swampers next
    HA if you think The procomps are loud, wait till you put on the swampers. I think a nice set of BFG Km2's is what you really need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 95CTburb19 View Post
    HA if you think The procomps are loud, wait till you put on the swampers. I think a nice set of BFG Km2's is what you really need.
    a big x2 on that one. thats what i'd have if i could afford them
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