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Old 03-14-2013, 08:16 AM   #1771
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Question for DTD: Why are the General Grabber Red Lettering 35X1250R15s cheaper then the 33s?

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Old 03-15-2013, 07:29 AM   #1772
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Noooooooooo I was hoping the MB 72s would be around long enough for me to run down my stockers and then upgrade. I missed the boat! I missed the G-damn boat.

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Noooooooooo I was hoping the MB 72s would be around long enough for me to run down my stockers and then upgrade. I missed the boat! I missed the G-damn boat.
I think they have them in. I just ordered some wheels and tires from DTD and rep said they have them in for the jeep. I wasn't interested, I went with the Trackers.
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Old 03-15-2013, 09:41 AM   #1774
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I think they have them in. I just ordered some wheels and tires from DTD and rep said they have them in for the jeep. I wasn't interested, I went with the Trackers.
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Question for DTD: Why are the General Grabber Red Lettering 35X1250R15s cheaper then the 33s?
I checked with our marketing department and pricing is correct. I'm not sure the exact specifics as to why that is but I imagine it has to do with our purchase price and competition pricing. The KM2 is also that way. either way though, we guarantee the lowest out the door price on all the products we offer. If a competitor ever has a cheaper advertised out the door price, we'll beat it

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Noooooooooo I was hoping the MB 72s would be around long enough for me to run down my stockers and then upgrade. I missed the boat! I missed the G-damn boat.
The MB72 has been discontinued and we no longer have the 15x8 size available. We do however have the 15x8 ET-19 Tracker in stock which is an excellent alternative to the MB72. Here's the link with more details.

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I checked with our marketing department and pricing is correct. I'm not sure the exact specifics as to why that is but I imagine it has to do with our purchase price and competition pricing. The KM2 is also that way. either way though, we guarantee the lowest out the door price on all the products we offer. If a competitor ever has a cheaper advertised out the door price, we'll beat it



The MB72 has been discontinued and we no longer have the 15x8 size available. We do however have the 15x8 ET-19 Tracker in stock which is an excellent alternative to the MB72. Here's the link with more details.

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That picture shows 4/8 lugs?
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That picture shows 4/8 lugs?
We do not take pictures of each wheel model in every bolt pattern. In this case we took a picture of the Tracker in 8 Lug.
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Old 03-20-2013, 04:10 PM   #1778
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Great prices on 33 Duratracs right now on DTD. Got a great deal. Highly recommended.
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For those that have had these on for over 2 years now, how are they holding up to mileage?
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I just ordered the new combo, 33" duratracs and the 15" level 8 tracker... Couldn't pass up the $100 off for online order and $100 off for forum members (they bumped them in the past day or so). Great to work with, can't wait to get them delivered!
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I just ordered the new combo, 33" duratracs and the 15" level 8 tracker... Couldn't pass up the $100 off for online order and $100 off for forum members (they bumped them in the past day or so). Great to work with, can't wait to get them delivered!
What was the total if you don't mind my asking? I assume you got all 5...
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Just over 1400, including road hazard on all. Thats before the good year rebate and the $80 rebate for signing up for the credit card.
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I am thinking of getting Rugged Ridge 17" wheels with either 285/70/17 or 33/12.5/17 GY duratracs.

Still learning the details and the lingo. Other than 33/12.5s being tad wider and taller, is there a real difference between those? Also, are there any better alternates to duratracs with the RR wheel? My use is primarily on road and Ski trips during winter. I may take it off road a bit, but I don't anticipate it being often.

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Had a good weekend of wheeling the duratracs, holy cow these tires rock. The drive home was blizzard conditions and very slick roads, I was doing 55 in the unplowed lane blowing past everyone without any hesitation.
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Sorry for the double post I'm on my phone. I put it in 2wd to have some fun at wallyworld, it was all I could do to get them to break free.

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I just got my first jeep wrangler and need tips on a cheap 4 inch lift and some mud terrains?
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:28 PM   #1791
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Cheap and 4in lift do not go together. Buy a 4" zone lift for I believe like $500 and guaranteed you spend at least twice that fixing the problem that would come of it. Do some research first please do some research. Use the search bar and search lifts and what a 4" lift really needs to be done right.
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I am thinking of getting Rugged Ridge 17" wheels with either 285/70/17 or 33/12.5/17 GY duratracs.

Still learning the details and the lingo. Other than 33/12.5s being tad wider and taller, is there a real difference between those? Also, are there any better alternates to duratracs with the RR wheel? My use is primarily on road and Ski trips during winter. I may take it off road a bit, but I don't anticipate it being often.

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Duratracs are amazing in snow! Regardless of what tire you go with if you get a 12.50 you need a 10" wheel 9.5" minimum!
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Duratracs are amazing in snow! Regardless of what tire you go with if you get a 12.50 you need a 10" wheel 9.5" minimum!
That is quite simply false. You have posted that in a thread about a combo with 12.5" wide tires and an 8" wide wheel.
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That is quite simply false. You have posted that in a thread about a combo with 12.5" wide tires and an 8" wide wheel.
Well I have that setup and it is 100% TRUE! A good 1-1.5" of tread on each side of the tire does not make contact on pavement period. Check with Goodyear they will tell you 9.5" minimum wheel period. Now if you are only worried about running 5-6 psi for extreme off road conditions that's fine, or if you don't care about your tires wearing evenly that's fine too, go with the 8".
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Duratracs are amazing in snow! Regardless of what tire you go with if you get a 12.50 you need a 10" wheel 9.5" minimum to get even wear on the full width of the tire's tread!


That's pretty much how mine look, too
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I'm currently looking at the Trackers with the 33x12.5 however should i consider getting the BFG T/A KO which are 33x10.5 instead? I like the wider tire and the Duratrac but if it will cause any issues maybe I should consider the BFG?

Planning on ordering today.
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MBs were really the last of the old style steel simple no nonsense wheels but there were alloy so they were better.

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