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Old 05-21-2013, 07:37 PM   #21
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Yes, indeed... I have not been a fan of Goodyear, for no special reason.. but the Duratracs do look good. Can you tell me (Pers.Mes. if you wish) how much you paid for them and where? Thanks!

PS I can't imaging a Subaru with Grabber AT2s on it!!! Cool!
Discount Tire Direct was the cheapest I could find last month. $710 after rebates for a set of four, delivered. I think they'll be a good tire for me.

The OEM Bridgestone tires on the Subaru were expensive junk, on and off road. The only AT tires I could fit were the AT2 and some flavor of Yokohama Geolander AT, and the Generals were on sale. I took the Subaru places I probably shouldn't have, and towing my camper in the Rockies put more stress on it than I wanted to, so the Tacoma was the logical upgrade.
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Old 05-24-2013, 02:22 PM   #23
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what tire pressure are you guys running?
Whatever's on the data plate (33 psi?) for now. Offroad, I'll run around 15-20 psi and see how that goes. Maybe a little lower if sand traction is an issue.
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Whatever's on the data plate (33 psi?) for now. Offroad, I'll run around 15-20 psi and see how that goes. Maybe a little lower if sand traction is an issue.
alright cause i went out and checked mine and they were at 50 psi probably no help from sitting in the sun all day but i lowered them to about 36 psi
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Old 05-24-2013, 03:52 PM   #25
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alright cause i went out and checked mine and they were at 50 psi probably no help from sitting in the sun all day but i lowered them to about 36 psi
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Dynapros at 35 psi.
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Haven't run General AT2's on my 03 Tacoma yet but I've been pleased with them on my Jeep. The Generals' are far less expensive than the better known brands such as BFG. Tires seem to be one of the places that you can end up just paying for the name. There's some junk on the market but so far the General's have proven to be a good lower cost option. I believe my father is running Coopers on his 95 Tacoma and he has been happy with those as well. I've run just about every brand out there and the mileage claims are pure BS in my experience. I'd rather base my decision on cost & performance instead of the alleged tread life.
One excellent method I've found for researching tires is to ask people that use a brand of tire but DIDN"T pay for them; such as public works employees, utility company employees, construction workers, etc. Their options of the tires they use are not influenced by an attempt to justify their own purchase of the tires. You are more likely to get honest opinions from people that just use the equipment but didn't have to pay for it.

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i have a set of 265/75/16 hankook dyno's AT for sale!
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i have a set of 265/75/16 hankook dyno's AT for sale!
Why?
How worn are they?
How much do you want for them?
Oh, where are you?
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