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    Default Good Year Wrangler MT/R

    ive been thinking about a new set of tires. any one have or know any one who has these tires? looking for info about ride quality, tread wear, and over all performance.

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    A neighbor of mine has them on his jeep wrangler rubicon. He said they were the stock tires and he's got 45,000 or so on his jeep, theres probably about another season or 2 before they need replaced. He goes off road and a little rock crawling and said he has yet to get stuck.
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    i had a set of 35s on my ranger when i had it and i loved em.ride quality was great good even wear and never left me stranded in a field or on a trail.they were a little noisy on the road but ive never been picky about that.but they werent too loud
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    My buddy has them on his F-250 Crew CAb. They last pretty good because most of his miles are highway and city, i'm the only one that's took it in the mud....But they are hard to keep balanced, we take it in every oil change (3,000 miles) to get them rotated and balanced.
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    Not that you get alot of snow in TX but the Goodyear Duratracs are rated a ten in the mud and snow, which is rare since most high rated mud tires are no good in snow and rain, and because of the good snow rating they are supposed to be very good on the road as well. They are a new tire for Goodyear and what I have read about them they are awesome, all reviews have been from souther belt drivers too that have done alot of offroading.
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