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Thread: Goodyear wrangler duratrac

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    Default Goodyear wrangler duratrac

    http://www.goodyeartires.com/goodyea...=Light%20Truck

    Looks like another one of the new At/mt tires that are out this year. This one is available in load range c at 45 pounds which is great for the lighter rigs like mine. Its also pretty cheap at $152 from tire rack for a 265/75/16.
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    maybe a pic would gather some more opinions...

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    There is another thread floating around about these tires which may be limiting your responses. I think it is a great looking tire and it will be at the top of my list when my bfg mt's wear out.
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    I'll be picking between these and Dunlop Rover MT Maxx Traction. Very similar tires. Both come in 285/75-16 for my new wheels.
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    I'm going to give them a try when my current tires (Firestone Destination M/T) wear out. I'm going to go up to a 315/70/17 from a 285/70/17. Probably won't be for awhile though. It looks like they would be a relatively decent aggressive patterned snow tire with the sipes cut in them. The Destination M/T are just so-so in that aspect.
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    Not enough sizes available. One 15" Rim size seriously? I do like the tread pattern tho...

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    Very cool. I love the "between a mud and all terrain" tread on this tire.
    Thanks for posting the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie View Post
    Not enough sizes available. One 15" Rim size seriously? I do like the tread pattern tho...
    I counted 3 15" rim sizes.

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    A guy, JerseyWreckDiver, over on dieselplace.com has had them on his truck for awhile now. Looks like he got a set early. Nice looking tire.




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    I wonder how these compare to the Goodyear silent armor and also how they compare to the BFGs.

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