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ProComp Xtreme Mud Terrains

Anyone tried these out. I know they are relativly new, but they have to be better than those annoying X terrains. I hear they can compare to the Toyo M/Ts which I currently have on my truck. Anyways my local 4wheelparts said if I bought 3 of them for $230 a tire they would give me the 4th free. What you guys think?

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-28-2007, 02:50 AM
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Got six of em on my dually! So far so good. They are wearing really good, ride is great, and not a lot of noise. Only thing I didnt like was the handling the first couple hundred miles. They were kinda greasy feeling in the curves. Had to wear the edge down a little. Now theyre bout like any other tire. Best I remember , the firestones were the same when brand new. I got 4,000 miles, they still look just like new. Cant tell they are wearing at all. The oem tires--generals-- would be cupped out real bad after a few thousand. They sucked big time.
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Re: ProComp Xtreme Mud Terrains

They look good & I'd like to try a set, but they are about the same price as the Cooper S/T. Wouldn't mind a set of 35s though!


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My friend has them in 35s on his 1500 sierra and is definitely not having as good of an experience as smorris is. His are EXTREMELY loud, I mean really loud, I can here him from VERY VERY far away, before I can even here his cut out dual exhaust, no kidding. From my behind the wheel observation, the don't handle good and are quite squishy/washy, and this is on a 1500, much lighter than our trucks. His are wearing quite badly after only 5000 miles, and he doesnt do burnouts or wheelin ever ever. Id say they are a bad choice, JMHO

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Anyone tried these out. I know they are relativly new, but they have to be better than those annoying X terrains. I hear they can compare to the Toyo M/Ts which I currently have on my truck. Anyways my local 4wheelparts said if I bought 3 of them for $230 a tire they would give me the 4th free. What you guys think?
What wrong with the X terrains ???? I might buy 4 For 1100 !

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What wrong with the X terrains ???? I might buy 4 For 1100 !
The X terrains just arn't very practical for a DD tire just due to the cost & the way that they wear on the street. If one was to keep them for a off road tire they do great. It's just like running any other off road tire on the street.


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Well mine are gonna double as a DD unfortunately....How soft are the X terrains ???

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Well mine are gonna double as a DD unfortunately....How soft are the X terrains ???
That really depends how much air you have in em!

Not too sure, if I was thinking I should have checked em out more when I saw em.


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Re: ProComp Xtreme Mud Terrains

O well 1100 Is cheap either way....And why is andrews truck in your av ????

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O well 1100 Is cheap either way....And why is andrews truck in your av ????
Yes for 1100 I wouldn't pass em up either.
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