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I'm in the market for a new set of tires and stumbled across a deal on 37" Pro Comp MT2's. They are $395.99 each then have a $300 off promo if you buy 4. The price makes them almost irresistible at $1283 for 4 37" tires.

My question, actually two questions is this deal worth it both price and quality of the tire itself?

And will i be able to squeeze them on a leveled 2016 Laramie 2500 with factory 18" wheels. I'm currently running Ridge Grapplers which I love, but they looked a bit small as a 295/70/18, and 37" Ridge Grapplers were wayyyy more than I'm willing to spend at $432/ tire and no promos.

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Brah that’s a good deal.

Tires are tires. Buy what fits your budget. Keep em rotated. You’ll be fine

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Just gonna throw this out there. Type in “37x12.50r18” on eBay. Plenty of tires that sell for $1000 for all 4.

Again rubber is rubber man.

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I'm in the market for a new set of tires and stumbled across a deal on 37" Pro Comp MT2's. They are $395.99 each then have a $300 off promo if you buy 4. The price makes them almost irresistible at $1283 for 4 37" tires.

My question, actually two questions is this deal worth it both price and quality of the tire itself?

And will i be able to squeeze them on a leveled 2016 Laramie 2500 with factory 18" wheels. I'm currently running Ridge Grapplers which I love, but they looked a bit small as a 295/70/18, and 37" Ridge Grapplers were wayyyy more than I'm willing to spend at $432/ tire and no promos.


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https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/4th-gen-tire-wheel/

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Personally I have never ran pro comps, but have heard multiple second hand input of people that did not like them.


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Saying tires are tires is like saying a truck is a truck. Many differences and variations between them. I have no experience with Pro Comp tires at all but usually when company’s have to do huge promotions to move them it’s a sign they aren’t selling very good. I have ridge grapplers on my truck now and love them! Nitto sells a boatload of them and doesn’t have to do any promotions to move them which says they are a very good tire. You maybe fine with the Pro Comps but it might be a bit of a gamble.

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I'd pass on the pro comps
Personally Ive seen a lot of dry rotted Nitto's specially the ones on my truck
Next set of tires I buy will be Toyo or Cooper


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I had s set of pro comp xat. They were pretty good. So far my favs in a good price are the master craft mt made by cooper

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Saying tires are tires is like saying a truck is a truck. Many differences and variations between them. I have no experience with Pro Comp tires at all but usually when companyís have to do huge promotions to move them itís a sign they arenít selling very good. I have ridge grapplers on my truck now and love them! Nitto sells a boatload of them and doesnít have to do any promotions to move them which says they are a very good tire. You maybe fine with the Pro Comps but it might be a bit of a gamble.
But a truck is a truck.

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Ridge grapplers here. Next set of tires will be nittos or coopers. Hear to many good things about coopers to not want to try them


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Toyo rtís here. First and last set! Wet grass and snow performance is horrible compared to my Cooper st maxx I had last.


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I can't vouch for the tires but there are definitely deals out there if you are patient enough to find them. I recently got my RT's for $277 a tire from Discount matching the online walmart price.

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