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I have had these 325/60/20 tires on my 06 Chevy crew for 2.5 years and put around 35000 miles on them so far. I was at discount 3 days ago and still have 10/32 left and they come new with 18/32. I figure I should blow the 50k mark easily. I have rotated often and have alignment checked or aligned 1 to 2 times a year or as needed. I came across these when they were fairly new with no reviews. I wanted the Wrangler mt/r but they were not available in this size. The mt/r has been my favorites all time off road tire. Although I have not put these through the same stuff I did with the unstoppable mt/r, they are pretty awesome.. Trails, rocks, sand, water all no problem. I have driven slot of highway miles from AZ to Seattle and I don't know what these people say it drives like a boat. Well it could be when I am going that far I add a few extra pounds of air but it has never been for handling reasons...fuel mileage reasons was why I did it. All other times it is normal pressure and it rides just fine. I wanted something I trusted that looked good, then something I could get good mileage out of and be able to drive to the trails and not fear getting stuck once on them. This tire hit all of those right on the money. Here is my one bad part but in reality, it isn't bad at all. I have always purchase the road hazard from discount tire I every tire...BUT these. I went in a couple of days ago to have discount look at these after washing my truck, I noticed ozone cracks. I didn't think they would or could do anything but felt I should at least let them look. The ozone cracks are extremely minor and probably due to my truck sitting outside in the AZ sun year round. Discount called Goodyear and Goodyear said the warranty them for 4 years and told discount to pro rate them. So I will be getting a brand new set at half price after using them for 2.5 years and over 35k miles. I am pretty happy about that. Except they are on a national back order and will not be back in production until next week so it could take 3 Weeks to get them here. I think I may order a 5th one to have in case something ever does happen to one so I don't have to wait. These tires rock and I have had bfg at, bfg mud, kumho, Micheline and Wrangler mt/r as aftermarket tires in the past. I was happy with mileage out of bfg at but off road they sucked balls. I can't wait to get my new dura trac and if they still make them in another 4 or 5 years, I will order my 3rd set. Buy these, try these and you will not be disappointed.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac" by Editor - posted: Fri August 14, 2009 - Rating: ******* 6.96

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