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I have three choices and i cant pull the trigger. i know it depends on my wheeling situation dirt,sand, rock anre the most common but i also wheel in snow and mud and i drive on the freeway to work everyday. here are my choices and for some reason i cant use image shack today
http://www.procomptires.com/allterrain.html
these are $665 installed and out the door
http://www.procomptires.com/mudterrain.html
these are $675 installed and out the door
http://www.dickcepek.com/FC_Radial.html
these are $715 installed and out the door

im not a tire dummy i was a tire tech for 2 years but i never cared about off road tires then so any imput would be great
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IMO, the all terrains look real mild. I have seen them in person, and they are practially a highway tire. The Mud Terrain, is obviously just that. I would go with the DC FCII, it falls in the middle as an aggressive all-terrain. You will get more wear out of them then you would the MT, yet you'll get a lot more off-road ability than the AT.
 

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That's the price for 4 tires.
I would go with the Cepeks. It's a badass desert tire.
You're in AZ man... I'm even pushin' the "practicality envelope" with my MTs in San Diego. Go with what makes sense.
 

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y think im gonna go with the DC I had never seen them in person until yesterday and they look way cooler than the pick and the guy who had them(35s on and f-250) said they were good in the mud and dirt and good on pavement too so after christmas im goin for it.
 
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