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Old 07-13-2010, 04:20 PM
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Procomp Xtreme all terrains VS Toyo Open country AT's

I narrowed it down to these two tires... I just need some feedback on how fast each of these wear.. How many miles have you gotten out of either of them? Also, how do each of these tires ride for the most part? Thanks
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:32 PM
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between both of those i would go with the procomps... i had them on my F250 and they were great... i had over 30k on them and they looked new
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:05 PM
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+1 on the pro comps. I ran them on my 01 and had 25k on then when i sold the truck and still had 10-11/32 of tread left. new they come with 19/32. I would run them again.
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:14 PM
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Im running the pro comps now and have almost 20k miles on them and they still look new. They ride good and are pretty quiet. They are getting a little louder though the more miles I put on them. My dad is about to get a set of toyo AT to try out so Ill be able to give you a good comparison in 3-6 months haha Im sure you dont have that long to wait
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:18 PM
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Just my experience here but i had about 20k on my ProComp XAT's and got rid of them. I thought the traction on them was TERRIBLE. Would constintly break loose on the littlest bit of wet pavement and just flatout SUCKED offroad. Now I have Kumho MT KL71's, love the traction but i have roughly 15k on them and there worn, ALOT!

Never had Toyo Open Country A/T's but know some people who did and they wore really good.


Next time im doing what i should have in the first place and just got Toyo Open Country M/T's and been done with it
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Old 07-14-2010, 10:42 AM
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I've ran both..P/C's way better wet traction than Toyo's MT and much quieter. We can get them plus most wheels mounted and ballanced droped shiped..PM if I can help
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Old 07-14-2010, 08:59 PM
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I have the Procomps and 30k mi. is nothing, I now have 60k mi. and finally need to replace them!

I run the 325/65 R18's and love them! Smooth ride and not very noisy.
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I have 37 x 13.50 Pro Comp Extreme AT's on my truck and they ride great AND I can still haul my camper. They are wearing nicely and take a balance well. I will buy another set when these finally wear out.
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Old 07-16-2010, 02:52 PM
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I have the Toyo AT's on mine, been running them since the day I got the truck. Tires are wearing very well, still look almost new.

Only issue with running the AT's is that they don't have the PSI rating of the MT's so my TPMS light is always on. Otherwise, I'm very happy with the tires.
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On my second set of toyo's love them. Dont do much off the road so not sure how they are there. Got 75000 out of the last set.
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