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    I love the aggressive look of Duratracs
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    I love the way the Duratracs look but understand from fellow owners that they're loud enough for Helen Keller to hear them on the highway. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by surrealone View Post
    I love the way the Duratracs look but understand from fellow owners that they're loud enough for Helen Keller to hear them on the highway. :(
    Thats far from the truth, they are rather quiet for their aggresive tread and looks. They are quiter then the Firestones that came on my Suburban 2500
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    i have to agree with marko54. For all their aggressive looks they are not loud at all. I am impressed with them so far. Many people have given me compliments on them and many have said they want the same tire for themselves. U can't go wrong with these badboys in my opinion.

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    I'm debating on getting a set of 35" tires and 16" winter rims for my truck, how well do they do in deep snow? Anyone know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ippielb View Post
    I'm debating on getting a set of 35" tires and 16" winter rims for my truck, how well do they do in deep snow? Anyone know?
    Thats why i bought them. They are the first tires i have bought that have the Canadian snow seal on the sidewalls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ippielb View Post
    I'm debating on getting a set of 35" tires and 16" winter rims for my truck, how well do they do in deep snow? Anyone know?
    as of now the biggest they come is 33 12.50 15 or the closest to 35 is 315/75 16 or a 315/70 17

    from what i hear the do great in the snow

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