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01-11-2012 11:52 PM
TJNewbie
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Originally Posted by TJake01 View Post
Too late ya'll. Went with 33" duratrac. Very nice so far. Supposed to get 6 inches of row tomorrow so well see. They handle nice, quiet, and went through our last snow great.
I miss driving in the snow! Have fun!!
01-11-2012 11:13 PM
spy Figured you got new tires by now LOL!
Just figured I would throw input incase future people found this thread.
I like mine, than again this is my first jeep, so if theres something better than these this thing will be a freaking TANK!
01-11-2012 11:11 PM
TJake01 Too late ya'll. Went with 33" duratrac. Very nice so far. Supposed to get 6 inches of row tomorrow so well see. They handle nice, quiet, and went through our last snow great.
01-11-2012 09:04 PM
mw1269 Had some of these years ago... If memory serves me correctly.. they were very noisy when they got some miles on them
01-11-2012 12:32 PM
spy Just for the sake of reference I have these tires on my jeep in a 30x9.50R15 and they run great in the snow and great off road, Haven't tried them threw the mud yet though. I bought the jeep with these on it, they have about 60% tread left. I am going to get dura's or something else though after these.
12-19-2011 12:18 PM
TJNewbie I had the BFG T/A KOs (were on the jeep when I bought it) they were ok on dry pavement and lasted a long time, but I wasn't impressed in wet weather driving on or off road, and especially not in wet grass, they would just slide. But the Duratracs are awesome, they do everything great! and they're still quiet. If you could be happy with the BFG T/A KOs, you'd be amazed with the Duratracs!
12-18-2011 05:13 PM
TJake01 EVeryone seems to love the duratracs. I'm replacing my bfgoodrich at's cuz they are shot. May consider the duratrac I loved my ko's though I dunno...
12-18-2011 03:51 PM
TJNewbie I saw them while doing my research for new tires, but couldn't find much in the way of reviews. so I passed them by. I went with the Duratracs, I'm very happy with them.
12-18-2011 09:22 AM
TJake01
mastercraft courser a/t good? bad?

Title says it all. Anyone have any experience with these tires or know anyone that has? Found a set for cheap, got curious

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