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Wrangler Duratrac 33x12.5x15 on 15x8 wheels

Discussion in 'Tire and Wheel Tech' started by LandCruiserPDX, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. LandCruiserPDX

    LandCruiserPDX

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    To aid in future mudder's decision making, here are my new Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs 33x12.5x15 on 15x8 alloys. 4" backspace wheels off a tacoma previously. OME medium up front and heavy in the back. Enjoy

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  2. savuka

    savuka

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    That is a nice looking truck , I almost prefer the fj60 look to the fj80

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  3. vulo

    vulo

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    And how they are on/off road?
     
  4. temple

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    Beautiful truck. Is the inside as clean as the outside?
     
  5. greenbeast

    greenbeast SILVER Star

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    nice

    I agree beautiful cruiser. I'm leaning towards the Duratracs instead of using the trusty BFG A/T's i usually use.

    How are they on snow?
     
  6. KWalkerM

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    duratracs are much better on snow than the A/Ts from my experience. i run 31x10.5s
     
  7. BenjaminCA

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    How do the Duratracs run in the sand? Anyone try that out yet?
     
  8. IanB

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    Really clean 60, very sharp!
     
  9. KWalkerM

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    nope, i dont have sand to run except for the occasional dry stream bed but they work pretty well for that, not sure about airing down though
     

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