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Old 10-23-2013, 08:12 PM
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Goodyear duratrac review

I installed some 325x60x20 on my factory wheels with 82k on my odometer last year. I balance/rotate them every 5000 miles when I change my oil (which is the first time I've religiously done that) at discount tire. I just did the rotation yesterday and they asked how I like them so far and I said I love them. My odometer is at 102k so I've put 20k on them so far and they told me that I've got very little wear on them and they are wearing perfectly. They said I've easily got another 20-30k of life on them. I said I was on the fence about getting them since there were guys on here barely getting 25k out of them. He said they're prob not getting rotated regularly and are getting them roasted. Just shows if you take cafe of them they'll last you. And I also tow a 6k lb trailer every day for work. They ride great I highly recommend these tires!
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Have you had to use them to get out of a sticky situation?
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I don't go mud boggin or anything but I do turkey hunt in the spring and deer hunt in the fall and have been in some good mud/snow and they seem to work just fine to me. Never been stuck
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I had these on my old mountaineer and those things are amazing tires. Lasted me a good 30,000 miles before i sold the truck and they still had a good 60-80% left on them. I didnt religiously rotate but i did about 3 times in the 30,000 miles and they wore great. I took them in some really deep snow and never even thought id get stuck. I will most likely put them on my dually when i need new tires. I just wish they made them in 44s
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Well I think I'll be getting some when I need some new tires. Right now I got some Nitto Grappler A/T and they seem to be doing the job pretty well
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OP what pressure do you run your tires?
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I ran those on my old truck and had close to 30,000 on em and still had a lot of tread left. I pull a lot and am always on gravel mud snow and some pretty crappy road conditions and the duratracs seem to have the best traction I have ever got . Currently right now on my truck I have toyo mts and absolutely hate them . They don't clean out worth a hoot and just yesterday with the rain/snow mix I had to give her hell to get across the job site and barely made it. My other dually has the good years on it and it walked right across the site. I can say that out of all my tires I have run it's between the Goodyear duratracs and the cooper stt maxxis


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The duratracs are the best tires out there, I have them on both of my trucks and the ride much smoother than other tires and you don't have to hear the road noise either.
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I installed some 325x60x20 on my factory wheels with 82k on my odometer last year. I balance/rotate them every 5000 miles when I change my oil (which is the first time I've religiously done that) at discount tire. I just did the rotation yesterday and they asked how I like them so far and I said I love them. My odometer is at 102k so I've put 20k on them so far and they told me that I've got very little wear on them and they are wearing perfectly. They said I've easily got another 20-30k of life on them. I said I was on the fence about getting them since there were guys on here barely getting 25k out of them. He said they're prob not getting rotated regularly and are getting them roasted. Just shows if you take cafe of them they'll last you. And I also tow a 6k lb trailer every day for work. They ride great I highly recommend these tires!
I am looking at the Duratrac's after these horrible stock michelins are gone!

Not to side track, but where did you get your fender flares at? They look great and not to big. Are they factory?
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Dura Tracs are great ive had 3 sets two on my old 08 and a new set of 325 60 20 on my 14 platinum. not leveled yet so they rub just a little.

get rid of the white letering...... black looks better IMO..
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