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Old 04-16-2013, 06:22 PM
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tire options

im looking at getting new tires and i just want some background on three tires

Toyo Open Country

Pro Comp Xtreain

Baja MTZ

How many miles can we get out of them and how do they do in the mud and snow
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:16 AM
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Stay away from the procomps! The toyos will last longer than the mtz.
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im looking at getting new tires and i just want some background on three tires

Toyo Open Country

Pro Comp Xtreain

Baja MTZ

How many miles can we get out of them and how do they do in the mud and snow
They key is rotation, rotation, rotation. I have never run the Pro Comps; however, have run both Toyo MTs and MTZs. Both are great tires and will put up with anything you can throw at them. If taken care of properly they will last for 50K+.
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have 40's pro-comps on my 04, had em for years and love them, still got plenty of tread left on them, there not loud either so you cant go wrong with them
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What truck and what size are you going with? Also why only these choices?

I would say goodyear duratracs, bfg mt mk2's or toyo/nitto. As stated, rotation will help the life tremendously. There are many different claims on mileage, I'm not sure what is avg. Possibly 30-40k
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