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    Master Mechanic Darknesss23's Avatar
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    Default procomp xtreme mud terrain M/T

    Anyone have these tires? They have a similar Tread to the Toyo M/T's only they're available in a size that i can actually fit on my truck ! http://www.procomptires.com/truck-je...in-radial.aspx

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    I've never had those tires, but a 3 of my friends had them in 35's and their 2 of them had sidewall blow outs. Not sure what caused it tho. BUT they look bad ass in person

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darknesss23 View Post
    Anyone have these tires? They have a similar Tread to the Toyo M/T's only they're available in a size that i can actually fit on my truck ! http://www.procomptires.com/truck-je...in-radial.aspx
    Those Pro Comp tires are made by Cooper. I have a set of 35 / 12.50 / 15s on my Toyota. They are a very good tire and I see no difference between the Cooper and the BFG Mud Terrain which I replaced with the Cooper's.

    Check these out. Same tire with some slight differences and made by the same company that makes the Pro Comps.

    Jim

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    I think I will be going with Goodyear DuraTracs, they are a 10 for mud and snow. The are a new tire for Goodyear but are replacing the workhorse tire, so far what I have read and got from feedback of my mechanic that has mounted them they have been good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vncj96 View Post
    I think I will be going with Goodyear DuraTracs, they are a 10 for mud and snow. The are a new tire for Goodyear but are replacing the workhorse tire, so far what I have read and got from feedback of my mechanic that has mounted them they have been good.
    dura track is a kick ass tire, not going to be as aggressive as say the MT/R but more than a normal all terrain, plus they look sweet and have great traction

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    what kind of price u been seeing on those Dura Tracs? I've been looking for a real good mud and snow tire but i don't want to spend too much on them.
    Last edited by chevyman2004; 08-18-2009 at 09:55 PM.

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    my price on them in a 265 75 16 is 164.04 in a 10 ply and 154.21 in a 6 ply
    not a cheep tire but worth every penny

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    I have seen 265/75/16 as high as 192, and 285/75/16 as high as 227 for 10 ply on both of them.
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