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Old 11-24-2013, 11:12 AM
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Hey everyone,
After 31k miles my 325/70-17 nitto Terra grapplers are crap. Might get another 3k out of them and Im buying new tires next week.
I want a more aggressive tire, decent life or at least better than these nittos and something that will tow well. I can get Toyo OC AT2 or MT for $1250 installed, but their reviews are all over the place. Are the Toyos that much heavier??
I'd like to go a bit bigger, so will a 35/12.50-17 make that happen? I don't want a skinny looking tire or stay with a metric tire?
I'm open to all ideas on tires guys! Hit me!


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Old 11-24-2013, 03:46 PM
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Old 11-24-2013, 05:20 PM
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Goodyear Duratrac. I had Toyo Open Country M/T's, 35x12.5x18 and absolutely love the Goodyears over them. I highly recommend them.
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I am trying to decide the same thing for when I get new tires. I have had toyo MT's on my f150 and loved them, and I have 325/65/18 nitto terra graps on the SD now. I have 38k on them and still have enough to run thru the winter no problem, probably another 10k left on them.
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Old 11-24-2013, 08:44 PM
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No problem!!! What's your email address?
Are the duratracs aggressive enough? I don't take my truck in the mud but when I do its to rescue someone else and I HATE getting pulled out lol.
Didn't price the duratracs thru my local shop.
A lady I work with went 60k on Duratracs on her CCSB cummins

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Old 11-30-2013, 12:21 AM
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Well since the Toyos are in a nationwide backorder from what I hear, or a shop wants $1500 for just tires, km open to ideas.
Federal couragia MT?
Hankook dynapro MT?
Cooper STT?
Any experience with any of these guys?

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Hey everyone,
After 31k miles my 325/70-17 nitto Terra grapplers are crap. Might get another 3k out of them and Im buying new tires next week.
I want a more aggressive tire, decent life or at least better than these nittos and something that will tow well. I can get Toyo OC AT2 or MT for $1250 installed, but their reviews are all over the place. Are the Toyos that much heavier??
I'd like to go a bit bigger, so will a 35/12.50-17 make that happen? I don't want a skinny looking tire or stay with a metric tire?
I'm open to all ideas on tires guys! Hit me!


2005 F350 CCLB FX4
The 325's your running now are essentially a 35x13.00. A 35x12.50x17 is going to be a bit more narrow. The next size up would be getting into the 37's.
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Well I've only found 325/70 in Nitto Terra Grapplers and no way in hell they are going back on this truck

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Get the Duratracs, they are plenty aggressive. Those Federal Couragias are a pure mud tire and are super aggressive if you're gonna drive on the road. I had the Toyo M/T's and would take the Duratracs over them any day. They ride much nicer, are much quieter, and are much lighter plus they'll get double the life the M/T's do.
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