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Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Northeast Montana
Feedback Score: 1 reviews
GY DuraTrac's, Toyo's etc
Have a set of Duratracs on a new F150 at office. Not enough miles to really tell but they SEEM to do well in the mud from last fall as well as ALL THIS DANG SNOW! Surprised to see the comments on the Toyo's. I have run the M-55's (have a set on the '94 right now) and all i can say is that these are a TIRE. Excellent traction, wear, load bearing and all that. And expensive, too! I just put a set of General Grabber AT2's on my '95 F150 and am impressed with the traction in snow, slop and some mud. They are also quiet on the pavement and the price wasn't a killer either. My tire guy says the oil field gang is impressed with them, so that carries some weight too. Best luck!
'94 1/2 F250 4x4, SuperCab XLT, 5 spd, SMF w/ Valaeo clutch, 4.10 (syn. lube), Rotella 5W40 Syn, manual hubs, B&W Gooseneck hitch, Cooper ST Maxx tires in 235/85R16, authentic TYMAR intake, 4" AFE exhaust, FRP mod., SD starter, Isspro boost/pyro,digital thermometer, homebuilt exhaust brake, 194K Fresh factory injectors at 186K, TS-6 chip. Dana 60 conversion! "Its only a pickup. Trucks have a button on the shifter!"
'12 F150 Supercrew, 4x4, 5.0L, Lariat, 146K, "Race Red" and no speeding tickets yet...
1996 Bronco, last of the line! XLT, 5.8L, 160K and going strong!