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opinions of new Procomp Xterrains

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ftn96, Oct 10, 2001.

  1. ftn96

    ftn96 1/2 ton status

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    Im in the hunt for some 35 or 36's and saw these on 4wheelparts.com
    anybody got any opinions on them?

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    I was impressed at first but I recently saw some in person.They look agressive in the pics but it looks like more of an A/T in person. The tread pattern is pretty tight.

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    I like these tires... but I usually tend to stay on the conservative side of "popular" tire choice. If they'd make them in a 37" size, I'd prolly try a set.

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    Thumbs down. You can get just as good or better tire for cheaper.

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    I like them, and right now you can get one free when you buy three! My buddy Ryan has them on his Jeep and my brother Preston has them on his 72 Bronco, they both like them. They are smooth and quiet on the road and grip the rocks very well. I like the siping, they should do better than my BFG MTs this winter in the snow. They seem to wear well also.

    Just my .02...if I was to buy another set of 35s (but I am wanting to go up to 38s!), I would either get them or the BFG MTs, whichever was cheaper or on sale at the time.
     

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