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35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« on: August 30, 2008, 18:50:21 »
Been looking a t a set of 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS from Pro comp.

Any one run them and how do you rate them?


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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2008, 19:39:25 »
Been looking a t a set of 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS from Pro comp.

Any one run them and how do you rate them?




I do not rate them other than on tarmac.

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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2008, 21:27:41 »
We've got a set on the works Jeep
Decent on the road, not a bad tyre off road.
I'd personally go for BFG MT's but (being as there's no 35" BF's about at the mo) the Pro-Comp's are definetly worth a look
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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2008, 22:44:49 »
Jake, They are rubbish in mud. OKish on rock but the side walls are way to soft. Yes go for BFGs or take a look at the tyres Maxxis do.

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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #4 on: August 30, 2008, 23:53:57 »
Jake, They are rubbish in mud. OKish on rock but the side walls are way to soft. Yes go for BFGs or take a look at the tyres Maxxis do.
I didn't think they were rubbish in the mud
In my own opinion not as good as a BFG MT but definitly not rubbish.
How about Khumo KL71's in 35/12.50/15?
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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2008, 10:30:59 »

How about Khumo KL71's in 35/12.50/15?
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A lot better tyre.
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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2008, 12:50:58 »
Jake, They are rubbish in mud. OKish on rock but the side walls are way to soft. Yes go for BFGs or take a look at the tyres Maxxis do.
I didn't think they were rubbish in the mud
In my own opinion not as good as a BFG MT but definitly not rubbish.
How about Khumo KL71's in 35/12.50/15?
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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #7 on: August 31, 2008, 13:20:20 »
Jake, They are rubbish in mud. OKish on rock but the side walls are way to soft. Yes go for BFGs or take a look at the tyres Maxxis do.
I didn't think they were rubbish in the mud
In my own opinion not as good as a BFG MT but definitly not rubbish.
How about Khumo KL71's in 35/12.50/15?
 :D

Khumo's only go as big as 33's...................
Or do you something we don't Jake?

Off the top of my head, they go to 40 or 42" in the states.

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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #8 on: August 31, 2008, 20:06:55 »
You can get 35/12.50/15 KL71's in the uk
Not till mid september though (no stocks at the mo, anywhere)
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Re: 35/1250R15 XTERRAINS
« Reply #9 on: August 31, 2008, 21:16:23 »
lewis 4x4 in neath s.wales keep sayint there getting them in.
i ending up getting the hankook dynapro, im well happy with them so far, what do other people think
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