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Old 12-17-2010, 06:39 AM   #1
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goodyear duratrac's

I have looked a little online for some 35-12.50/15's goodyear wrangler duratrac's. I'm having a hard time finding them. Is it true that they DONT make them in 35's? I want them. I'm only seeing 33's... :-(

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Goodyears website has these listed for the sizes, dosent look like there are any 35's. Click on full details at the bottom of the page.

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Description Sidewall Approved
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31X10.50R15LT 109Q OWL 7.0 - 9.0 8.50 10.6 30.8 2,270 @ 50
33X12.50R15LT 108Q OWL 8.5 - 11.0 10.00 12.5 32.8 2,205 @ 35
LT215/85R16 115Q BSL 5.5 - 7.0 6.00 8.6 30.5 2,680 @ 80
LT225/75R16 115Q BSL 6.0 - 7.0 6.00 8.8 29.3 2,680 @ 80
LT235/75R15 104Q OWL 6.0 - 7.0 6.50 9.3 28.9 1,985 @ 50
LT235/80R17 120Q BSL 6.0 - 7.5 6.50 9.3 31.8 3,085 @ 80
LT235/85R16 120Q BSL 6.0 - 7.5 6.50 9.3 31.7 3,042 @ 80
LT245/70R17 119Q BSL 6.5 - 8.0 7.00 9.8 30.6 3,000 @ 80
LT245/75R16 120Q OWL 6.5 - 8.0 7.00 9.8 30.7 3,042 @ 80
LT245/75R16 108Q OWL 6.5 - 8.0 7.00 9.8 30.7 2,205 @ 50
LT245/75R17 121Q OWL 6.5 - 7.5 7.00 9.8 31.7 3,195 @ 80
LT265/70R17 121Q BSL 7.0 - 8.5 8.00 10.7 31.7 3,195 @ 80
LT265/70R17 112Q OWL 7.0 - 8.5 8.00 10.7 31.7 2,470 @ 50
LT265/75R16 123Q OWL 7.0 - 8.0 7.50 10.5 31.7 3,415 @ 80
LT265/75R16 112Q OWL 7.0 - 8.0 7.50 10.5 31.7 2,470 @ 50
LT275/65R18 123Q BSL 7.5 - 9.0 8.00 11.0 32.1 3,415 @ 80
LT275/65R20 126Q BSL 7.5 - 9.5 8.00 11.0 34.1 3,750 @ 80
LT275/70R18 125Q BSL 7.0 - 8.5 8.00 11.0 33.4 3,640 @ 80
LT285/60R20 125Q BSL 8.0 - 10.0 8.50 11.5 33.5 3,640 @ 80
LT285/70R17 121Q OWL 7.5 - 9.0 8.50 11.5 33.0 3,195 @ 65
LT285/75R16 126P OWL 7.5 - 9.0 8.00 11.3 33.1 3,750 @ 80
LT295/65R18 127P BSL 8.0 - 10.0 8.50 11.8 33.1 3,860 @ 80
LT305/55R20 121Q BSL 8.5 - 11.0 9.50 12.4 33.2 3,195 @ 65
LT305/70R16 124Q BSL 8.0 - 9.5 9.00 12.2 33.1 3,525 @ 65
LT315/70R17 121Q BSL 8.5 - 10.0 9.50 12.7 34.4 3,195 @ 50
LT315/75R16 127Q BSL 8.0 - 10.0 8.50 12.3 34.8 3,860 @ 65
LT325/60R20 126Q BSL 9.0 - 12.0 9.50 13.0 35.6 3,750 @ 65
LT325/65R18 127Q BSL 9.0 - 12.0 9.50 13.0 34.8 3,860 @ 65

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I'm in the same boat, but with 32's. Dang you GY!
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If either of you are running 16" rims look at the 285-75-16 or the 315-75-16. These should be close to the sizes you are looking for. I bought mine from www.Tirerack.com and they were very helpful. Give them a call. Hope this helps.
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Check out dicount tires on this site. My duratracs were cheaper than tireracks there!
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If either of you are running 16" rims look at the 285-75-16 or the 315-75-16. These should be close to the sizes you are looking for. I bought mine from www.Tirerack.com and they were very helpful. Give them a call. Hope this helps.
Yeah I do have 16 inch rims now. But my back spacing isn't what I want on them. I was wanting to run some soft 8's 15x10's and I was wanting the wider tire 12.50. I would think the 315-75/16 would look to narrow. I'm curently running 305-70/16's now. Which is the same height as a 33.
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15x10 is pretty wide for a 12.5" tire..... No airing down offroad with that wide a wheel.
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15x10 is pretty wide for a 12.5" tire..... No airing down offroad with that wide a wheel.
Yeah I was just wanting a wider look. Do you think the 15x8 will look wider then rims I have in the pic here? I'm not sure on the backspacing on theses. But they do rub on my shock at extreme, hard turns. Just barelly rub. Am I correct with going with a 4 inch backspace?
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Yeah I was just wanting a wider look. Do you think the 15x8 will look wider then rims I have in the pic here? I'm not sure on the backspacing on theses. But they do rub on my shock at extreme, hard turns. Just barelly rub. Am I correct with going with a 4 inch backspace?
Here is a better pic!
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4" bs is about perfect on a TJ. It'll set your wheels out about 2" from the flares... I don't have a really good pic, but here's mine on 15x8 soft 8's with 4" bs, 12.5" wide tires...
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4" bs is about perfect on a TJ. It'll set your wheels out about 2" from the flares... I don't have a really good pic, but here's mine on 15x8 soft 8's with 4" bs, 12.5" wide tires...
Thanks for the pic? Does anyone else have any great pics of their tj with 15x8 wide rims and maybe a great side view. Pics of tj's with 35-12.50/15's would be great....
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Do you have a D44 in the rear? Or are you planning on strengthening your axle?
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Do you have a D44 in the rear? Or are you planning on strengthening your axle?
I was planning on a super 35 or some chromolys. Not sure yet. It's mainly for the beach and some very light trail use. I know I'm probably just fine with 33's but I love the look of 35's on jeeps.
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you want a wider look? how bout lose the factory fender flares and run the MCE flatty fenders? mine are on the way now, so no pics yet, but as soon as I get them on it will be pic city.

mine looks pretty much like inferno girl's (same color, minus the tiger striped seat covers, add a big ass bull bar in the front)

unfortunately I was limited to only the 31" GYDTs, but going up to 33" w/ the stock axle was a little dicey. While not my DD, I gotta drive highway to get pretty much anywhere around here and I wasn't willing to lose top end speed.
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you want a wider look? how bout lose the factory fender flares and run the MCE flatty fenders? mine are on the way now, so no pics yet, but as soon as I get them on it will be pic city.

mine looks pretty much like inferno girl's (same color, minus the tiger striped seat covers, add a big ass bull bar in the front)

unfortunately I was limited to only the 31" GYDTs, but going up to 33" w/ the stock axle was a little dicey. While not my DD, I gotta drive highway to get pretty much anywhere around here and I wasn't willing to lose top end speed.
Yeah I was thinking of getting some flat fender flares. I was gonna cut mine first to see how it looked. Once I did 35's. Then gonna by some flats. I have 4.10 gears now and very happy with the gearing...
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I've got the 285 75 16s 16"x8" Cragar 342s with 4" back spacing. They stick out about the same as in your pictures, maybe a hair more. Here is a picture.

BTW... I got mine at the local Goodyear dealer for just $1 more than the Tirerack price... without the shipping cost of each tire included! That saved me > $300! So don't forget to go to your local dealer & swing a deal.

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these are all at stock rideheight, with 33X12.50 firestone AT's, with cragar V-5's 15X8 and 3.75 back spacing. hope it hels a little







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4" bs is about perfect on a TJ. It'll set your wheels out about 2" from the flares... I don't have a really good pic, but here's mine on 15x8 soft 8's with 4" bs, 12.5" wide tires...
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I know I can google this question also but I'm gonna throw it out there..... Which back spacing 3.5 or 4 inch backspacing will make your tires look wider. Meaning which backspacing will make your tires sit farther passed our fender flare?
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I know I can google this question also but I'm gonna throw it out there..... Which back spacing 3.5 or 4 inch backspacing will make your tires look wider. Meaning which backspacing will make your tires sit farther passed our fender flare?


the 3.5 inch bakcspacing will make the tire stand out past the fenders more.


backspacing is one of the easiest measurements of a wheel.


lay it face down (outside of the rim down) and lay a straight edge acrossed the back of it. then take a tape measure or ruler and place one end to where the tape measure is against the hub, and one is sticking up by the straight edge. that will give you your backspacing.
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the 3.5 inch bakcspacing will make the tire stand out past the fenders more.

backspacing is one of the easiest measurements of a wheel.

lay it face down (outside of the rim down) and lay a straight edge acrossed the back of it. then take a tape measure or ruler and place one end to where the tape measure is against the hub, and one is sticking up by the straight edge. that will give you your backspacing.
So is a 3.5 backspacing gonna rub on a 97 tj with a 4 inch ome suspension lift?
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I was planning on a super 35 or some chromolys. Not sure yet. It's mainly for the beach and some very light trail use. I know I'm probably just fine with 33's but I love the look of 35's on jeeps.
Im running 35,s on mine.dana 30/35 combo.If you dont need the rear locker like the super 35 has,get a Superior c-clip eliminater kit,runs about 600 bucks,comes with stronger chrome moly axles and dana 44 style bearings etc.I dont rock crawl or wheel hard and Ive been fine...
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So is a 3.5 backspacing gonna rub on a 97 tj with a 4 inch ome suspension lift?

not gonna say they wont... i was running 33X12.50 on stock height with 3.75 backspacing. the only rub i had was on the stock rear flares... tires just barely went inside of them as seen in one of my pics.

Keep in mind i have not done a suspension mod, only installed the AEV highline kit.
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So is a 3.5 backspacing gonna rub on a 97 tj with a 4 inch ome suspension lift?
Should not rub at all with the lift.
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grrr....just noticed my D/R was a little low...hosed off the accumulated dirt/salt grime and found a nail head in a bad spot (don't think a plug will take care of it. almost in the sidewall.) Only 2000 miles on the tires, too.

Good thing I spent the extra $100 on the road hazard warranty from discount tire. I know a lot of you really bargain hunt with these online dealers, and I know I probably got overcharged on the entire package. But I gotta say having dozens of locations w/in driving distance to take care of any issues brings a lot of piece of mind.
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grrr....just noticed my D/R was a little low...hosed off the accumulated dirt/salt grime and found a nail head in a bad spot (don't think a plug will take care of it. almost in the sidewall.) Only 2000 miles on the tires, too.

Good thing I spent the extra $100 on the road hazard warranty from discount tire. I know a lot of you really bargain hunt with these online dealers, and I know I probably got overcharged on the entire package. But I gotta say having dozens of locations w/in driving distance to take care of any issues brings a lot of piece of mind.
I bought road hazard on mine as well, same reasons as you... Let us know how it works out...
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Im running 35,s on mine.dana 30/35 combo.If you dont need the rear locker like the super 35 has,get a Superior c-clip eliminater kit,runs about 600 bucks,comes with stronger chrome moly axles and dana 44 style bearings etc.I dont rock crawl or wheel hard and Ive been fine...
That's a lot of coin to still have a D35 with its soup-can-thick axle tubes and all. The problem I see with the OEM D35 and D44 isn't necessarily gear or bearing strength, but tube strength. Yeah, you can truss them, but by the time you Super35/C-ClipEliminator and truss, you've just bought your Ford 8.8" swap...

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