Goodyear Dura-tracs


ajmiller

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1989
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Ford
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I purchased a set of these last summer size 235-75-15 which is stock size for my ranger. Have ran them through mud, gravel, snow, and dirt. They work pretty good in the mud, i got stuck a few times only because i bottomed out, but other than that everything i didnt bottom out on it went right through it. They work excellent in the snow. I would say this is one of the best snow tires i have ever had. I could go through any snow in 4 low up to my bumper and she would just creep along. I have put about 25 thousand miles on them and still have over 70 percent tread. Im trying to wear them out as fast as i can to get a lift and new tires but they just wont wear down!! The bad side about these is they are a all terrain/mud terrain and the tread is fairly close together and is hard to clean mud when spinning the tire, and also i drive down a gravel road every day and alot of the time gravel will get stuck in there and fling up when i start driving on pavement. The sidewall is great for wheeling, very agressive.

I would reccomend these tires for people who have a daily driver that they occasionally take wheeling. It is a great tire on road and quiet, and does great off road also. Thanks goodyear!
Hope this helps you USA made tire fans out, and change you foreign tire fans minds!
 


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blk074x4sport

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saw these tires yesterday at O.P.P Police Headquarters in Orilla ONT, they were on a lifted chev Tahoe with a RANCHO lift i was really impressed with these tires when i saw them i did a review and everyone says good about them. I want them maybe when i get my wheel set up
 


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