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New truck tire question for the tire gurus..

Greetings, just a very quick question. It's time for my 07' F350 to receive some new tires, I am also doing the much waited for leveling kit (this is not my daily driver and use it mostly for towing my quads, boat, SCCA car and the occasional horse, recreation and utiility trailer etc.)

I have spoken to all the local offroad companys and almost all of them are telling me to go with the Pro Comp XTR All Terrain 35-18's (I want to keep the stock Harley wheels my truck came with for now) for my needs. Other than some online research and the usual suspects I haven't heard a thing first hand about them. If anyone here has any input regarding those particular tires or the best tire they know/think of for the needs I stated above I would greatly appreciate your input..many thanks.
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I run procomp extreme all terrains on my truck in a 35/13.5/18. They are a great tire. I would buy them again and would recommend them

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Here's an interesting tid bit for you.......







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Manufacturer Info:

Procomp Tires are designed and manufactured by the Cooper Tire & Rubber Company
Cooper Tire & Rubber Company is a global company specializing in the design, manufacture and sales of passenger car, light truck, medium truck, motorcycle and racing tires, as well as tread rubber and related equipment for the retread industry. With headquarters in Findlay, Ohio, Cooper Tire has 39 manufacturing, sales, distribution, technical and design facilities around the world.
Cooper Tire - Findlay, Ohio
Pro Competition Tire Company

Corporate and Tire Headquarters
701 Lima Avenue
Findlay, OH 45840

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P.O. Box 550
Findlay, OH 45839-0550
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Consumer Relations: 1-800-854-6288

Pro Comp Tires - Xtreme Alloy, Rock Crawler, Mud Terrain, All Terrain Tires & Wheels

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You say you got a '07 with HD wheels. The HD wheels are 20" not 18" unless you have the older HD wheels.

I'm running the PC XTR AT in 35x12.5x18 and they have done a great job with road noise and traction. I run them at 55-60 lbs rotating them at every oil change.


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