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Pro Comp A/T in Snow

Anyone have any experience?

Thinking of picking up a set of 37s for the Winter as 42" MTRs arent the best to go up to the mountains with...


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Guess its not a very popular tire...


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I want to swear I saw some weight complaints together w/ sidewall weakness & poor wet/snow handling from the AT from ProComp ....you check out the Milestar Patagonia or the Cooper ST Pros ? I know several that are enjoying the 37" & 38" Milestar MTs, fwiw.


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I want to swear I saw some weight complaints together w/ sidewall weakness & poor wet/snow handling from the AT from ProComp ....you check out the Milestar Patagonia or the Cooper ST Pros ? I know several that are enjoying the 37" & 38" Milestar MTs, fwiw.
I havent checked. Just thought of ProComp because how cheap they are. With all of the money Im about to dump to get those 42s under there, I dont have much left in the budget for a set of winter driving tires


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