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    ProComp Xtreme Mud Terrains

    I got these on the truck over a month ago, but the truck has been out of service since it got the new tires. So I had it out on the road today finally, and the tires seem fairly tame so far. I felt a bit of looseness with these tires on, but not much. And they are pretty well balanced, too! The wheels don't have any weights on them, and I wasn't getting any noticeable wheel hop from being out of balance. That's all I have for now, I'll update when I put more miles, and dirt on them.

    Oh, and they were priced right too when I got them! $100 off at the time, from 4wheelparts. Beat out the pricing I had seen on all the comparable tires.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2002
    Grand Junction, CO
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    Any updates?
    "The Statue of Liberty is no longer saying 'Give me your poor, your tired, your huddled masses.' She's got a baseball bat and she's yelling, 'You want a piece of me?'" ? Robin Williams.

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    I ended up selling these tires, as I am in the process of selling the truck. But, I was happy with them for the time I had them. I would have kept them, but going a completely different for wheeling.

    Would definitely buy them again though. They seemed to have good traction on everything I tried, though I never had them on snow.

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    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Northern Colorado
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    I have run the same tire for about a year, wheeled the $hit out of them with no problems!!!
    02 TJ, 30/44, 4.56's, ARB'S, 4" Super Flex, 35's KM2's , Poison Spyder Defenders, Crane Diff. Covers, Crawlertech Aluminum Tie Rod, Currie Antirock SB, SYE, Drive Line Specialists HD CV Shaft, Bilsteins, Super Winch/Blue Amsteel, etc.

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