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10-19-2010 01:29 PM
DKarge87 I have the Duratrac's too and love the espically in the winter and they are wearing good. I kept a half a tank or better of gas and hardly used 4wd in upstate NY
10-19-2010 12:29 PM
gator13 thanks Inferno...
10-19-2010 11:48 AM
InfernoGirl The best size and type tire for on road and mpgs will be stock. That's how they got those #'s in the first place. I love my Duratracs for all conditions, if you keep them in stock size you should maintain your mpgs very closely. They are probably heavier than your stock tires due to the more aggressive treads, but I don't know how much heavier. Others like Silent armors a lot if you want something less aggressive.
10-19-2010 11:09 AM
gator13
Tires for Gas mileage and everyday driving

Hate to beat a thread topic to death (and not with a wobble), but i'm looking for some feedback on the best tires for everyday driving, to get the best mileage, and not loose anything in the winter months. I'm running stock rims and no lift kits....

I'm not going to be doing any heavy off roading, so i don't need "monster" tires.

Any feedback is helpful..

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