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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-08-2009, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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Need new tires - Goodyear Duratrac?

I'm looking to replace my BFG AT KOs. I'm running 295/75/16s.

I just got clued into these Duratracs from goodyear in a 285.

Has anyone run these tires? They seem pretty popular but I read a review from a diesel truck forum that claimedt there is a noticeable sway/flex in the sidewall that comes with them even though they're E rated.

Any advice would be appreciated. They look like a good tire in between a mudder and AT.

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I just put Duratrac 285s on my 2007 F250 Superduty 6.0 4 X 4 and have noticed essentially not difference in handling/sway between those and the previous 265 Duratracs, which seemed just fine to me.

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I have them on my '05 F250 in a 325/65/18 and don't care for them. I noticed more sway in them than my previous Toyo A/T's. They were great in the beginning with traction but towards the end, they slip a lot more on wet and snowy roads. Could be my tire size or rim size too. I don't know if I would get them again. Life on them has be good surprisingly. I'm at about 40k and should get some more out of them.


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