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08-24-2007 10:39 AM
lost Thanks for all of the responses
08-24-2007 10:06 AM
debruins thats what i plan on getting after my research
08-24-2007 01:23 AM
mr4x4 I've ran them befor they where good on the street or for a daily driver but I thought they chunked out pretty bad off road on the lighter trails

But if you are getting a good deal on them I wouldnt pass them up
08-24-2007 01:15 AM
HkdOnJP I Love my pro comp muds. I've had them on my cherokee and wrangler did plenty of burnouts and still got a good 3/4 " left!They ride good ,grip good ,not to loud, if its a good deal do it you'll be happy
08-24-2007 01:05 AM
JeepCrawler98 I used to have a set. Great tire. I still like my MT/Rs better by a good bit because of their edge on the rocks, however for the money the PC MT's are a good set of shoes. I was able to get 60K out of mine over two vehicles, they were very quiet, and did good off-road in almost all conditions.
08-24-2007 01:05 AM
SurfnSnow I've had the PC Mt's and they're pretty good performance wise. I did notice around 20k miles that it was getting harder and harder to balance them and were the a major cause of my deathwobble. I still have ProComps but on my latest set I got the X-Terrains and I like those way more (streetwise and crawling wise) than the MT. But that's too good a good price to pass up
08-24-2007 12:29 AM
Odd is he I love mine! their awesome..... I'll prob only get 20K out of mine, I pick up the rubber and make bouncy balls after every burnout

But yeah, their awesome, smooth rolling on the road, grip in lots of weather including rain and snow(when you want them to )
08-23-2007 10:15 PM
orange05tj I love my Pro Comp MT's. no probs yet
08-23-2007 10:14 PM
AzTJ If its such a killer deal, whats the problem?
08-23-2007 10:03 PM
lost thats good to hear, I was expecting them to last much less

also do you all think $500 is a good deal on em, they sell for $690 new...
08-23-2007 09:57 PM
mrbigjeep wear for those tires seems like it should be pretty good...i have heard of 30-40K
08-23-2007 09:33 PM
lost
Pro comp Mud Terrrains..........

I can get a killer deal on a set of 4 brand new 35x12.50-15 procomp mud terrains and want to know if any of you run these tires or have experience with them.

These will probably end up being used for daily driving as ill swap my tsls to my cj and get some bias swampers for the tj for offroading. so im wondering haw many miles i should expect out of em.

Thanks,
-Matt

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