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Old 03-24-2012, 08:49 AM   #21
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So dose any One have experience with these tires in some of our Canaidan crappy winters?????????
Are they good on ice??
Are they good in a little or Aolt of snow???
Are they any good in the off road ( mud, gravel roads . Boat launches) ???

The reason im asking because the one reason we take the truck out is bad weather (lots of snow ice ) or to tow our boat! So my factory tires are getting close to being done and it only makes sense to have great tires on the truck we depend on in less than disirable conditions!

Oh ya any one get the 265/70/R17 duratrac under there Tacoma yet???

(I know I keep asking this but I'm hopin some one sees it and will reply that they have one mounted under there Tacoma so I wouldn't have to do what the tire shop suggested " well I guess u might have to keep your spare in the box of your truck" I hate that idea
Why not ask in the Canadian BS thread like I suggested ?
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Do they even make a 267/70/17 Duratrac?
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So dose any One have experience with these tires in some of our Canaidan crappy winters?????????
Are they good on ice??
Are they good in a little or Aolt of snow???
Are they any good in the off road ( mud, gravel roads . Boat launches) ???

The reason im asking because the one reason we take the truck out is bad weather (lots of snow ice ) or to tow our boat! So my factory tires are getting close to being done and it only makes sense to have great tires on the truck we depend on in less than disirable conditions!

Oh ya any one get the 265/70/R17 duratrac under there Tacoma yet???

(I know I keep asking this but I'm hopin some one sees it and will reply that they have one mounted under there Tacoma so I wouldn't have to do what the tire shop suggested " well I guess u might have to keep your spare in the box of your truck" I hate that idea
They're awesome in the snow! Here's a pic from a few years ago, 265/75 16's on stock suspension. I did remove the flaps though as I had a slight rub.


Sorry I can't help with the question of fitting it under the truck, I still have the stock Rugged Fail as a spare.
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Old 03-26-2012, 06:02 PM   #24
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2008 Tacoma TRD Sport Double Cab Short Bed. Stock wheels, stock suspension, No Rubbing whatsoever and I didn't need to take my mudflaps off.
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Old 04-06-2012, 04:54 PM   #25
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So dose any One have experience with these tires in some of our Canaidan crappy winters?????????
Are they good on ice??
Are they good in a little or Aolt of snow???
Are they any good in the off road ( mud, gravel roads . Boat launches) ???

The reason im asking because the one reason we take the truck out is bad weather (lots of snow ice ) or to tow our boat! So my factory tires are getting close to being done and it only makes sense to have great tires on the truck we depend on in less than disirable conditions!

Oh ya any one get the 265/70/R17 duratrac under there Tacoma yet???

(I know I keep asking this but I'm hopin some one sees it and will reply that they have one mounted under there Tacoma so I wouldn't have to do what the tire shop suggested " well I guess u might have to keep your spare in the box of your truck" I hate that idea

Just put a 265/75/16 spare underneath the truck without any issues. Same size as 265/70/17.
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Old 04-07-2012, 07:08 AM   #26
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Thanks a lot !!! To all who have posted

It is so great to have all these people on here to help out with these questions. It's really hard to trust some %#@&@ sales man on some of these topics. Then get screwed by them on buying the wrong products.

Can the people with the duratracs post there pictures on here so u can see how ______cool there trucks look with these skins!!!!

Thanks again to every one with my questions that was great.
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Is your truck stock height??
Looks great.. I would love to see what your rims look like without the snow!
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Old 04-07-2012, 07:34 AM   #28
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Is your truck stock height??
Looks great.. I would love to see what your rims look like without the snow!
I assume that was directed towards me. Here's another pic, stock suspension....

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Sharp!!! Tacoma

What brand of rims are those ?? I really like that style

That looks great on a stock height truck. It's almost like a small lift was done to it and it looks great!
I can't decide if I should upgrade my rims when I go with the new tires or just stat stock!! Hummm
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Old 04-07-2012, 06:44 PM   #30
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Thanks, wheels are American Racing "fuel". I've had them for about 8 years now. I bought them when I had my first gen and switched them over the day I bought my '08. They were fairly cheap at the time, around $100 a piece if I remember correctly.
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