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I am wondering whats the best tires you guys have ever had. I am running pro comp AT's and i got 45,000 miles out of them. I just bought a set of eagle 187 wheels for 270$ im gonna need new tires soon. what doo
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I just got a set of Michelin ltx ms and they are bad @$$!!! they made the truck feel SOOOO much better! and they are quiet and smooth. I read about them at discount tire and many say they get more then the 60k warranty. some even claim 80k to 100k! I really like them!
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i have extreme all terrains on right now and love them... best tire i have had so far...

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I am wondering whats the best tires you guys have ever had. I am running pro comp AT's and i got 45,000 miles out of them. I just bought a set of eagle 187 wheels for 270$ im gonna need new tires soon. what doo
Best tires for what? Snow, ice, towing, hauling, street, quiet, handling, braking, mileage, lifetimes, mud??
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Old 01-03-2009, 10:05 PM
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A good all around tire. I live in the country so i drive at least 30 miles a day on the highway. But i push snow and like to play in the mudd. i Want a tire thats not real loud and wont wear out fast, but gets good traction. I' m thinking about the procomp extreme all terrains.
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Old 01-03-2009, 10:07 PM
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A good all around tire. I live in the country so i drive at least 30 miles a day on the highway. But i push snow and like to play in the mudd. i Want a tire thats not real loud and wont wear out fast, but gets good traction. I' m thinking about the procomp extreme all terrains.
BFG all terrain... i had them before my extreme all terrains and did great .. i got over 70k off 1 set...
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i have had the bfg's berfor and just dont like them
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i love my toyo mt's 35 thousand on them and still going not to loud and do good in the snow. just my
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i like the look of the toyo mt's how much tread left.
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