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Old 12-27-2012, 06:30 PM
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Goodyear Duratracs

Just put them on my truck and so far I absolutely love them. 325/60r20 Have about 200 miles on them so far, quiet, great ride, no wandering and awesome in the snow. Had them in some mud also and they did great! I hope they wear well, if so I will definately be a repeat customer.
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Old 12-27-2012, 06:32 PM
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I have the same exact tire and size. I've put about 8k on them so far and they still look great. Much better than the Toyo MTs and Nitto Trail Grapplers I had on my other truck.
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I have them in a 275/65/20 and they are about worn out but I had to do pull a dead cow out of a creek in a muddy field on saturday and they just dug right it. My friend said he was real impressed at the off road capability of my truck with worn out tires.
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Good deal.

I have the Kelly Safari TSR(made my GY, and look very similar). I have 25k on them and they have performed great. I look to get another 25k pretty easily.
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Old 12-27-2012, 06:59 PM
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Thanks guys that's what I was hoping to hear!!
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i really like mine so far. they rock in the snow and mud. hardly ever even need 4wd.
im definately getting bigger ones next time tho
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i loved them in the snow didnt do well in the mud i thought. i went up a steep incline and barely made it up when it was wet. my friends did with stock tires with no problem. the wear on them is horrible. i have 20k on them and should have changed them over 2k miles ago because they are like slicks. i rotated every 4k miles and drove easy on them. i did like how quiet they were though. hope you have better luck than i did
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also i went to a cooper discoverer atp 265/75/16. everything i head about them is great. 55k mile guarantee and price is $175 for load range e
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I got 35k on my 1st set with no problems. Great in snow. No real mud around here, so I can't speak to that. They are a great year round tire and do fine pulling a 4 horse trailer.
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also i went to a cooper discoverer atp 265/75/16. everything i head about them is great. 55k mile guarantee and price is $175 for load range e
It's hard to find anything in the size I need with a 20" wheel for under $400 each..and definately no mileage warranty

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I got 35k on my 1st set with no problems. Great in snow. No real mud around here, so I can't speak to that. They are a great year round tire and do fine pulling a 4 horse trailer.
That's the mileage I'm hoping for, I have a little over 1k on them now and so far I am very pleased.
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