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post #1 of 17 Old 09-26-2013, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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goodyear duratracs

Does anyone run the duratracs. What do you think about them. Does anyone have a pics with them on 18s. Thinking about getting some 295 65 18.

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I ran a set a few years ago on a dually when they first came out and thought they were great. Got lots of compliments on the looks too. I put about 45k miles on them before replacing but I tow a lot so keep that in mind.
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i love mine going on 3rd set this fall
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i love mine going on 3rd set this fall
what size you running?



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not sure on the numbers as i am almost in bed lol
but i do know they are one size bigger than stock on an 2006 lariat cc
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right on. If you get a chance check out the numbers for me lol



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I'm running them on my truck, I put almost 40000 miles on them this year working on the road and they still have half their tread left. They're a great tire, very quiet on the highway too!


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That's all we use at work, from f150s up to cab chassis crew cab long beds and theyve never left us stranded in any terrain or weather. A flat is very rare

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Thats all I run and love em. Im always offroad and pulling heavy and on my last ram I had close to 30, 000 on em and they still had at least another 25k left on em. They wear like iron. I used to run cooper zeon ltz but couldnt get anymore that 25, 000 out of thwm so switched to duratracs and haven't looked back

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I bought my truck used with 275/70r18s and they had 15/32s tread, ran them for 25k miles then decided to enter a burnout contest so I replaced all 4 with 325/65r18s. The tires that came off the front still have 8-9/32s of tread. I drive a lot of rough gravel and have never had a flat. I also live in an area that we get snow from October to April and they do great in snow and on ice. If I dont go to a 37" tire next I am getting the Duratracs again.

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