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03-05-2014, 10:57 AM #11
They are -12 offset. Originally I wanted to see if I could squeak a 35 w/ a 20x9 under there but I thought I would be better off going with a 33 and a little bit wider stance. I don't have any interest in stuffing the wheel wells and with 35's that is exactly what I would be doing. I think the set up that I plan on going with will look a lot better.
That sucks about your duratracs for sure. I haven't had any issues with traction at all. In fact the main reason I went with these was because they were supposed to be excellent in the snow, and they are just that.
13K miles? Thats outrageous. Glad you found a set up that works for you and that you like!
03-05-2014, 11:34 AM #12
33's with a bit wider stance is mucho better in my book!
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03-05-2014, 07:26 PM #13
Try these http://www.dickcepek.com/tires.php ! I have the Mud Country's and they are not as loud and are wearing nicely.2010 GMC SIERRA CREW CAB (Silver) 4x4, ReadyLift 2.5" Level Kit, 305/60/18 Dick Cepek Mud Country, Go Rhino Nerf Bars, Husky Liners front and rear, Bushwacker Bed Rail Caps, Custom tuned. 4:11's
03-06-2014, 08:25 PM #14
Being that you are from Michigan, I definitely would think twice about any mud-terrains. (I was from Michigan, but since moved South). Most people equate mud-tires to great traction in the snow...couldn't be more wrong. Being from Michigan OP, I'm sure you know all about that.
I am not discounting anyone's experience with any tires in general...everyone has their own recommendations. I know personally at least 8 guys running Duratracs for off-roading and daily driving from Jeep's, Hummer (H2s and H3s), Toyota Tundra and an FJ Cruiser. Not one of them has a negative to say other than road noise. And a few of them have gotten 40k+ miles. So how someone got 13k is mind-boggling.
I prefer the Nitto's over Toyo's. Don't know about the Toyo MT, but I had a pair of AT's in Michigan. Took them off after less than a year after sliding all over the road thru winter time...on a previous Jeep Grand Cherokee. If you are looking for a Mud-terrain, you could always look at the Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar... those are some sweet tires. Not sure if cost is a big concern. I also really like the Cooper STT (kind of mix of AT and MT).2014 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 4x4 | 2.5" level/lift | 275/70/18 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
03-06-2014, 08:40 PM #15
my bfgs have been fantastic in the snow. not the best on hard pack, but any amount of loose stuff and they are great. weating super good, I love em.
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03-10-2014, 04:24 PM #16
I'll probably get at least 45k out of mine but I've taken very, very good care of them.
03-10-2014, 07:15 PM #17
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