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post #1 of 10 Old 03-20-2008, 05:54 AM Thread Starter
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procomp x mud terrains

anyone using procomp x mud terrains, was wondering how loud they are and what kind of ride they give.
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i got em, and i don't like them. they were quiet at first, but now they are getting loud. i expect it from a mudders, but damn, it happened so soon. it's only been a little over 2 years. i'm also having problems with them holding air. could be a fluke, but who knows. my next tires are gonna be BFG A/T's. the ride is as ok as you would expect from a lift solid axle with leaf springs.

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My tires are Micky MTZ love them, they dont realy get loud till 60 mph
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MTZ's and BFG TKO's are All Terrain tires. They have a tighter tread pattern, thus making them quieter. Also with a Mudd Terrain you NEED to rotate them every oil change ATLEAST or they will wear funny and get louder. I'm not saying you havent done this, just sharing what I know.

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The MTZ are mud tires the ATZ are the all terrains.

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im running the Xtreme M/T's and i havent notice any noise, above what i would expect from a 37" tire. They are quieter than the Swamper SSR's i was running. The wife drives the truck more than me and has no complaints. We have about 7K on them

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I'm runnin the X-terrains, and they are fairly quiet for a 40" tire. However, I only have maybe 3000 miles on em, and have noticed them starting to get just a bit louder.

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I got a pair of 35 xtreme mud terrains, all im gonna say is they are not gonna be my next set of tires! although I have to admit, they have an awesome look to them. They look aggressive

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Baja MTZ Radial
Popular Sizes Available for Today's Demanding Off-Road Vehicles!


An aggressive mud terrain radial in Specialty Light Truck (SLT) sizing, features cut resistant 3-ply sidewalls and a full 6-ply tread for superior strength & toughness on or off road.

This is the info i got of their website before i got the tires.
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