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Thread: Pro Comp Tires March Special!

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    Pro Comp Tires March Special!

    Pro Comp Tires is having their special again. I was told they are only running this special once this year so here is your chance for a great deal on some terrific tires. Please let me know which tires your interested in and I'll get you a price ASAP. This special will end March 31!!

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    hey, both frank and you run the Xterrains right? What do you guys like about the directional V-pattern tires?
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    Franks may have more of a technical answer but I like the pattern, very aggressive, they work terrific air downed and they clear mud very quickly.
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    You can get Xterrains with a 3 ply sidewall, right?

    damn, and my BFGs don't even have 1000 miles on them.

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    could always have a road set and off-road set...but thats just a waste. Bene...do you run 265/75-15s now?....something like that? I think you said you were running english measurements actually....so like 31s?...32s?

    Oh...and yes on that 3ply sidewall thing....it says when you click on the link above and go to xterrains.
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    i have 31/10.50, i think the 265/75 is around a 32.

    With my next set of tires, im going with something else. i probably would have done so with this set, but at the time i had my heart set on the BFG ATs and didnt really look into other brands.

    Tony, I know theres nothing you can do about it, but it seems the ProComp site is down...
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    Tony, can you get ProComp shocks? I sen you a PM on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bene
    Tony, I know theres nothing you can do about it, but it seems the ProComp site is down...
    back up now Kevin, for your next tire (I assume a good time in the future) are you going to go with something more aggressive....ie. M/T or V-directional tread? Or maybe really insane....IROKs or something ()?
    Last edited by keptin; 03-12-2006 at 12:06 PM.
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    dont really know at this point, i dont even know exactly where I'm going to live when i need new tires. but ill probably be getting something streetable. if most of my time will be spent in the desert, i would like to try out some Baja Claws.

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    xterrain tires

    I am very impressed with the xterrain tire they work excellent in all types of terrain.also a very streetable tire(not too noisey)considering aggressive tread
    pattern.very good tire choice.you wont be disapointed!!
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