I would also like to know how people like the ProComps. I think I may order up some 35x12.50r17's Mud's. I have been searching all over looking for a rim/tire combo that I really like and won't stick out too far. The problem is that my favorite rim is the one I already have the 17 inch Offroad rims that are 8" wide. Most 35x12.50's call for 8.5" wide rims. The ProComps 35's require only 8" wide. I am wondering how people like them, what have you heard good or bad. Are they loud on the road? Anything about them!
I have 315/75R16 (35x12.5R16) Pro Comp Mud Terrains. I really like them. They have good looks (in my opinion), ride nice and quiet, good traction, etc. I like the fact that they have siping (found on very few other mudders). They ride nicer than my friends Goodyear AT's. They are a bit nosier, but almost unnoticeable in the cab. Overall, I have been very impressed. I have not had them long enough to talk about mileage on a set, but they are holding up good so far. This is the truck they are on.
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I have the procomps 35x12.5 on an 8" wide rim and love them...I think they are better then the BFG's that I had on my toyota. So far, I don't think they are wearing fast at all, and best of all, they are really quiet! Man how I hate howling tires on a truck I'm diving.
my 33 inch M/T's have a nice quiet hum while going down the road. i just rotated them after about 6k miles and the first set of sipes on the rears were gone. so thats about 12k for the first set of sipes to be gone on all 4. thats not too bad. with 3 sets of sipes that should mean theyll last about 36k before all the sipes are gone. off road theyre like night and day compared to the stockers. i really like them.
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