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Old 04-03-2012, 03:36 PM   #1
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anyone have info on Federal Couragia M/T's tires?

looking into buying Federal Couragia M/T's , found them for 135.00 each on line! they have the look im looking for. I was considering the goodyear duratrac's but they price out at 200.00 each!!! just wondering if anyone had good/bad experience with federal tires?

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Old 05-17-2012, 04:44 PM   #2
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looking into buying Federal Couragia M/T's , found them for 135.00 each on line! they have the look im looking for. I was considering the goodyear duratrac's but they price out at 200.00 each!!! just wondering if anyone had good/bad experience with federal tires?
My buddy just bought the Federal Couragia M/T's in 285/70r17 and a week later I bought the Goodyear Duratrac's in 275/70r18. Both are almost equal in size and width and both most certainly look awesome. We've both had them on for approximately 6 months now and they both seem to be wearing perfectly. HOWEVER, I am currently thinking of taking a hit and selling my Duratrac's for the Couragia's because they look soo much more aggressive. Don't get me wrong, the Duratrac's look amazing, they really do, but everytime I am parked next to my buddies I find myself wanted the Couragia's for that aggressive M/T tread pattern. The Couragia's are also so reasonably priced that I'm thinking of moving up to a 35" for the same price I payed for my 33" Duratrac's. The only negative point I can think to make about the Couragia's is that they are a bit louder than my Duratrac's. All in all, I'd go with the Couraigia's. Even though Federal might not be the most glamorous name in the tire game, I can personally attest to the fact that they look great, wear well, and are great on & offroad.

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Old 07-03-2012, 05:55 PM   #3
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I think I'm gonna get these for my jku. As of now she's just a mall krawler but these will motivate me to take her off road
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Old 07-03-2012, 08:23 PM   #4
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looking into buying Federal Couragia M/T's , found them for 135.00 each on line! they have the look im looking for. I was considering the goodyear duratrac's but they price out at 200.00 each!!! just wondering if anyone had good/bad experience with federal tires?
where did you find them for that cheap at? what size also?
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I've got the Federals in 35 x 12.50's. No problems and perform excellent! I highly recommend them.
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My brother has 35x12.50 on his Chevy and I wanted to get them for my jeep. They have an aggressive look and are really cost effective. They are a little heavy compared to most tires such as the duratrac but they also have a 50k warranty I believe. I would go for it.
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Dude, I've got 30x9.50's and, despite being smaller, they look and perform awesome!! They have about 12k on them and they are wearing much better than I thought they would considering the aggressive M/T tread. I will most certainly be purchasing some 31's when I retire this set.
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