The Pro Comp Xtreme MT2 radial is designed for full-size trucks and SUVs that see a combination of on and off road use. No matter if its hauling heavy loads or exploring rugged terrain, the new Xtreme MT2 delivers the toughness and traction needed to get the job done. The aggressive open tread design was optimized using computer modeling to deliver unsurpassed grip and control without excessive noise. It also delivers improved self-cleaning performance in mud and snow. Pro Comp Xtreme M/T 2 Tires come with 40,000 Mile Tread Wear Warranty.
I put the 35x12.50R15 on my 95 F 150. road performance is great with very little noise.pulls great in soupy mud, but was most impressed with the way they cleaned out in red clay. They look great and far exceed my expectations in the river bottom mud,rock climbing,and slick clay.
Is this tire able to fit on the black rock 909 15x8 wheel with -12 offset or do I need the 15x10 with -38 offset. Also will the 15x10 fit my 2 door jk okay or will the offset be too much? Thanks
Bg from west palm beach, fl on
Thanks for the inquiry Bg, the Pro Comp Tires 35x12.50R15, Xtreme MT2 part # PCT75035 the approved wheels width is 8-10 inches, the -38 is not too much but will be deep dish on your vehicle.
from west palm beach, fl on
I have a 99 tj with 3.5in lift manuel transmission 410 gears currently running 33x12.5r15, can I move to 35 in tire without changing gears or significant loss of power?
Paulie from Riverside, Ca on
You can run a 35x12.50 tire with a 4.10 gear. You will lose a small amount of power off the start, but mid and top end speeds will remain the same. Because you have the manual transmission, this will help overcome the smaller gear. Thank you for the question.
from Riverside, Ca on
I have a 2001 wrangler sport 4.0, 6" full traction lift, atlas t-case, 4.56 gears My question is how much noise will these tires,(pro comp MT2 35x12.50x15) make on the hwy, and do they have a tendency to cup.
graybeard from on
Any MT tire will make a fair amount of noise on the highway. The larger the gap is between the tread pattern the louder they will be. Cupping is a sign of poor vehicle alignment, failing ball joints (front axle) or bent axle. Tires will not cup if all three mentioned are in proper working condition on a straight axle vehicle.
Whether you're going for a tire that gives your rig a more aggressive stance or for a tire that will safely take your rig through mud or snow, Pro Comp Tires has a tire for you. Pro Comp Tires has an engineering department with years off-road tire experience. Pro Comp creates tires that give drivers the best blend of off-road performance with efficient on-road use. Pro Comp offers an industry leading 60,000 mile warranty on select tires. Off-roaders can by sets of select Pro Comp tires with peace of mind because Ride Assurance allows for the return of the set of tires within 60 days if the purchaser is in any way unsatisfied. Shop Pro Comp Tires Now