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04-14-2014 08:41 PM
marslim I've had my duratracs and 15" trackers about a year and a half now... Now kinda thinking about going bigger
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04-14-2014 08:05 PM
dlllb can I get a quote for the combo for 2014 JK Sport with TPMS & black lugs
04-14-2014 11:08 AM
Slidder
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Originally Posted by Discount Tire View Post
All the tire models you noted ride well and with limited road noise. The DuraTrac utilizes more tread void for off-road performance so technically it rides a little louder when compared to the Falken models. Besides road noise and ride quality, what other features are you looking for out of your next set of tires? How many miles are you typically driving per year? Will the vehicle be driven in snow?
Thanks for the response DT, I drive about 15K a year, and no snow, and want to keep a OEM ride, and get good tire wear and mpg.. I'm in Fl.

I would like to know with all AT 's available in 33, which would give me the look of the duratracs , from a standpoint of sidewall to sidewall width.
Also, I see most go with a 8" wide wheels, if you use 10" will the tire look wider, and are there any negatives as to going with a 10" vs 8"


Ghost those look sweet buddy... Congrats...
04-14-2014 10:59 AM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by WebDevDan View Post
DTD, as long as you're on the topic of Falken vs Duratrac... I'm curious as to the weight of both Falkens (Rocky Mountain ATS, A/T 2)?

I will be more on road (barely a 10 mile drive to work), and using these tires for snow when Winter rolls around - so yeah, I'm also wondering which is a better snow tire - Either of the Falkens, or the DT.
The weights are as follows:

33x12.50R-15 Rocky Mountain ATS - 54lbs
33x12.50R-15 DuraTrac - 50lbs

*The Rocky Mountain ATS2 is not produced in the 33x12.50R-15 size

In terms of winter performance, the DuraTrac is the better option and actually carries the mountain snow flake symbol for sever winter conditions.
04-14-2014 07:35 AM
WebDevDan
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Originally Posted by WebDevDan View Post
DTD, as long as you're on the topic of Falken vs Duratrac... I'm curious as to the weight of both Falkens (Rocky Mountain ATS, A/T 2)?

I will be more on road (barely a 10 mile drive to work), and using these tires for snow when Winter rolls around - so yeah, I'm also wondering which is a better snow tire - Either of the Falkens, or the DT.
*In 33x12.5R15
04-13-2014 10:08 AM
WebDevDan DTD, as long as you're on the topic of Falken vs Duratrac... I'm curious as to the weight of both Falkens (Rocky Mountain ATS, A/T 2)?

I will be more on road (barely a 10 mile drive to work), and using these tires for snow when Winter rolls around - so yeah, I'm also wondering which is a better snow tire - Either of the Falkens, or the DT.
04-12-2014 04:37 PM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by Slidder View Post
DT how noisy is 33/12.50/15 Duratracks on road and ride comfort, as opposed to AT of equal 33/12.50/15 like the Falken Falken Rocky Mountain ATS or Falken Wild Peak A/T2

Use my jeep as daily driver...
All the tire models you noted ride well and with limited road noise. The DuraTrac utilizes more tread void for off-road performance so technically it rides a little louder when compared to the Falken models. Besides road noise and ride quality, what other features are you looking for out of your next set of tires? How many miles are you typically driving per year? Will the vehicle be driven in snow?
04-12-2014 01:42 PM
Ghost19d
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Originally Posted by Slidder View Post
DT how noisy is 33/12.50/15 Duratracks on road and ride comfort, as opposed to AT of equal 33/12.50/15 like the Falken Falken Rocky Mountain ATS or Falken Wild Peak A/T2 Use my jeep as daily driver...
. Slidder... They are very quiet. Drive awesome. Smooth
04-12-2014 11:56 AM
Slidder DT how noisy is 33/12.50/15 Duratracks on road and ride comfort, as opposed to AT of equal 33/12.50/15 like the Falken Falken Rocky Mountain ATS or Falken Wild Peak A/T2

Use my jeep as daily driver...
04-12-2014 09:53 AM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by Brian74 View Post
Can I get a quote on 5 BFG km2 255/80/17 and

(4) km 255/75/17
PM coming your way.
04-11-2014 11:52 PM
Brian74 Can I get a quote on 5 BFG km2 255/80/17 and

(4) km 255/75/17
04-11-2014 05:20 PM
Discount Tire Looks great Ghost19d! Thank you for the kind words. We appreciate your continued support.
04-11-2014 12:49 PM
Ghost19d Just got my MB Tracker wheels with 33/12.50/15 Duratracks from DTD. Love these!!!! They look awesome and drive great. Thanks DTD and Clint with all the service and help!

04-09-2014 02:01 PM
otnewt
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Originally Posted by Discount Tire View Post
Different models came with different sensor frequencies. The best way to know if they will swap into another vehicle is to call the dealer and give them the VIN number of both vehicles.
Thanks for the info. Was hoping for all JKs use the same frequency cause after 3000 miles I've decided to sell my "combo" and go a different route with my wheel and tire setup. This makes it a little more difficult. Well, hopefully they sell fast so I can give y'all some more money for whatever I decide to replace with. Thanks again.
04-09-2014 01:37 PM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by otnewt View Post
Hey DTD, will the TPMS sensors that come in the package for a 2014 work with other years or only the 2013 and 2014 because of the new system that displays the pressure and not just a light?
Different models came with different sensor frequencies. The best way to know if they will swap into another vehicle is to call the dealer and give them the VIN number of both vehicles.
04-09-2014 12:13 AM
otnewt Hey DTD, will the TPMS sensors that come in the package for a 2014 work with other years or only the 2013 and 2014 because of the new system that displays the pressure and not just a light?
04-08-2014 02:29 PM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by blackJKU View Post
can I get a quote for the "combo" to 33967 for 2012 JKU Altitude with TPMS & black lugs
PM coming your way.
04-08-2014 01:47 PM
blackJKU can I get a quote for the "combo" to 33967 for 2012 JKU Altitude with TPMS & black lugs
04-06-2014 02:45 PM
white13rubi
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Originally Posted by mgola27 View Post

If you just need new tires, you can now (or soon) get the DuraTrac in the stock 255/75r17 size.

No wheels, lift, spacers...
This would make me very happy.
04-05-2014 08:58 PM
JimMariner
I finally got to install my Lift and my 35's.
04-05-2014 08:56 PM
mgola27
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Originally Posted by ramu3527 View Post
Just got done reading the entire thread. It took me about 4 sit downs. I don't even know what the 'combo' is anymore...lol Bottom line is, I'm not even sure I can afford it at the moment. I might just need to get some tires for now. I saw a guy said something about LT265/70R17 in GY Duratracs. Is this something that will fit with no modifications? I could put a leveling kit on for now but thats about all I want to do... Then again, if the 'combo' with a leveling kit is only a few hundy more...
If you just need new tires, you can now (or soon) get the DuraTrac in the stock 255/75r17 size.

No wheels, lift, spacers...
04-05-2014 08:11 PM
FloridaFeMan
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Originally Posted by ramu3527 View Post
Just got done reading the entire thread. It took me about 4 sit downs. I don't even know what the 'combo' is anymore...lol

Bottom line is, I'm not even sure I can afford it at the moment. I might just need to get some tires for now.

I saw a guy said something about LT265/70R17 in GY Duratracs. Is this something that will fit with no modifications? I could put a leveling kit on for now but thats about all I want to do...

Then again, if the 'combo' with a leveling kit is only a few hundy more...
Don't do the GY Duratracs in LT265/70R17. They will look ridiculously small in your Jeep fender wells. Go for at least 285/70R17 or switch to 15" aftermarket wheels with 33/12.5/15 Duratracs. Discount Tire Direct will steer you right.
04-05-2014 07:57 PM
ramu3527
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Originally Posted by Discount Tire View Post
265/70R17 tires will bolt right up without any issues but if you are looking for a tire that will fill your fenders this size is going to look too small under your jeep. If you want to stick with your stock 17" wheels I'd recommend looking at the 285/70R17 sizes instead. The 285/70R17 size is just under 33" tall and it will fill your wheel wells nicely. This size can be installed without a leveling kit if you don't mind some minor trimming but most people install the level.

Link to Duratrac in a 285/70R17. 5 of these run about $1335 shipped+ installation: Tire Details - Discount Tire Direct

Most people referring to "the combo" are referring to the 33x12.50R15 Goodyear Duratrac with the 15" Level 8 Tracker. This package is only about $125.00 more all said and done. This ships ready to be bolted on and includes all installation hardware.

Give us a ring at 1.888.459.4080. If you would like to run over some of the details. Anyone here would be happy to help you but if you would like to speak with a fellow Wrangler owner please call TC at 1.888.459.4080 ext 51826 or Anthony at ext 51815.
OK, Thanks man! I'll have to look at the books!!
04-05-2014 08:21 AM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by ramu3527 View Post
Just got done reading the entire thread. It took me about 4 sit downs. I don't even know what the 'combo' is anymore...lol

Bottom line is, I'm not even sure I can afford it at the moment. I might just need to get some tires for now.

I saw a guy said something about LT265/70R17 in GY Duratracs. Is this something that will fit with no modifications? I could put a leveling kit on for now but thats about all I want to do...

Then again, if the 'combo' with a leveling kit is only a few hundy more...
265/70R17 tires will bolt right up without any issues but if you are looking for a tire that will fill your fenders this size is going to look too small under your jeep. If you want to stick with your stock 17" wheels I'd recommend looking at the 285/70R17 sizes instead. The 285/70R17 size is just under 33" tall and it will fill your wheel wells nicely. This size can be installed without a leveling kit if you don't mind some minor trimming but most people install the level.

Link to Duratrac in a 285/70R17. 5 of these run about $1335 shipped+ installation: Tire Details - Discount Tire Direct

Most people referring to "the combo" are referring to the 33x12.50R15 Goodyear Duratrac with the 15" Level 8 Tracker. This package is only about $125.00 more all said and done. This ships ready to be bolted on and includes all installation hardware.

Give us a ring at 1.888.459.4080. If you would like to run over some of the details. Anyone here would be happy to help you but if you would like to speak with a fellow Wrangler owner please call TC at 1.888.459.4080 ext 51826 or Anthony at ext 51815.
04-04-2014 09:08 PM
ramu3527 Just got done reading the entire thread. It took me about 4 sit downs. I don't even know what the 'combo' is anymore...lol

Bottom line is, I'm not even sure I can afford it at the moment. I might just need to get some tires for now.

I saw a guy said something about LT265/70R17 in GY Duratracs. Is this something that will fit with no modifications? I could put a leveling kit on for now but thats about all I want to do...

Then again, if the 'combo' with a leveling kit is only a few hundy more...
04-03-2014 04:17 PM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by JoeG View Post
Could I please have a quote for the following?
5 MB TKO's
5 Duratracs 33x12.50
TPMS

28542

Thanks

PM on the way. For a faster reply please call us at 1.888.459.4080. Anyone here would be happy to help you.
04-03-2014 01:27 PM
hypoxic1911
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Originally Posted by Phase2 View Post
Here they are installed today. Thanks again DT! Very pleased.
What's your wheel/tire setup? also, do you have a lift? researching my options for my black jku
04-03-2014 01:17 PM
JoeG Could I please have a quote for the following?
5 MB TKO's
5 Duratracs 33x12.50
TPMS

28542

Thanks
03-31-2014 05:34 PM
Discount Tire
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Originally Posted by Big Red JK View Post
Quote for 5 Level 8 in 15" with 5 GYDT in 33", please. Sent to 76021. Thanks.
PM coming your way.
03-31-2014 04:29 PM
Big Red JK Quote for 5 Level 8 in 15" with 5 GYDT in 33", please. Sent to 76021. Thanks.
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