I only find duratrac 33's with a 108q rating, there's no problem with these for a daily driver/ weekend warrior is there ?kbwwolf said:Duratracs. Best tire I've had in snow, rain, mud (MT's better in mud, but suck in snow). Long tread life, relatively light weight. Only drawback is the weaker sidewall, but I'm running E-rated tires so that's not a concern for me.
Tip 1: Don't buy the E-rated tires unless you know what you're getting into; the ride is a little harsh.
Tip 2: Always drink upstream from the herd.
I never thought I would say this but, that bright orange jeep looks good I never would have tried it, I guess my imagination isn't the best but I'd say you got a winner there.Orange Peel said:I'm running BFG KM's on my 12 JK, with 5500 miles, and have had no issues. Great tire as far as I'm concerned. That being said, I'm looking at going with a bigger tire, possibly305/70-17 BFG KM2's or 295/70-17 Toyo Open Country.
You should be fine. The only issues I've heard of have been on big rocks, and even then I haven't heard a lot of negatives.I only find duratrac 33's with a 108q rating, there's no problem with these for a daily driver/ weekend warrior is there ?
I live in central Florida, there's not big rocks for a hundred miles. My jk is only 2wd and I got stuck in mud that I shouldn't have been stuck in two weeks ago ( bald tires ). Only the second time in my life I've Been stuck. Don't want a third.kbwwolf said:You should be fine. The only issues I've heard of have been on big rocks, and even then I haven't heard a lot of negatives.
They're awesome tires, far as I'm concerned. Pouring rain here this a.m., with lots of water on the roads, and I tried to find a place to make em hydroplane. No luck. I'm sure they'll do it at some point, but every surface I've been on – snow, mud, snow-mud mix, wet pavement, dry pavement, dry dirt roads covered in leaves – they just flat-out stick. And they're damn near silent.
Can't go wrong, IMO.