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pro comp tires?

Anyone have any coments or experience with pro comp xtreme all terrians. Thinking about running 285/70/17 on my stock x
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i have them in 285 75 r 16 but they arent mounted yet i want to get my lift.

youre supposed to get 40 k out of them i believe. i see lots of dds with them


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I have the 35x12.5x17's. They are quiet on road, and show little sign of wear after 13k miles. they have also performed well for me off road.
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Cool that's what I wanted to hear anyone got any pics with them on their jeep maybe some 2 door jeeps?
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I have them in 37x12.50x17 love them

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i had 35x12.50x17 on my old silverado, on that truck they sucked in the rain, was too easy to spin the tires when the roads were wet. not sure how they are on a jeep tho.



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i put 20k on a set of 35" on my yj and i thought they made great tires, they were a little on the soft side so they had alot of grip


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Thanks for the pics and the comments guys. My use for the tires is not as extreme as a bunch of you... mainly daily driver and moderate trails here and there. just tired of the wrangler baby slicks lol

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Thanks for the pics and the comments guys. My use for the tires is not as extreme as a bunch of you... mainly daily driver and moderate trails here and there. just tired of the wrangler baby slicks lol
Unfortunately, that is what mine have ended up becoming. Still happy with the tires though.
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I'm running Pro Comp AT's on my JK. They're quiet on the hwy and do well in snow and rain. Got about 8k miles on them in this photo.

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I had em awhile. Loved em. Great tire for the dd/weekend warrior that drives a ton.


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nice OK, I have a WS tarpon and love it

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Noticed a tread pattern differ in the pics and missed the "extreme". I posted a pic of a regular AT. Sorry for the mistake. Like the looks of the extreme AT lots better than my AT's.
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