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Old 08-13-2013, 08:26 PM   #1541
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I paid almost $1,200 for 4 tires installed with road hazard warranty from local goodyear. Prices are usually higher in Hawaii tho.
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Old 08-13-2013, 09:35 PM   #1542
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Got some duratracs on my gf's 4 runner and so far we like them quite a bit from our limited miles on them. $1370 otd installed with tax, 315/70/17s. can't wait to see some snow with them
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What's the lowest price people are getting right now on a 265/75r16 Duratrac C? Post some details please. I've got a unique situation I can take advantage of but I need details quickly in order to be able to act. Thanks!
I got my 265/75-16 duratracs for about $180/tire plus $30 for shipping from tire rack. So about $865 bought, shipped, and installed.
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Old 08-14-2013, 10:54 PM   #1545
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I got my 265/75-16 duratracs for about $180/tire plus $30 for shipping from tire rack. So about $865 bought, shipped, and installed.
Did you pick up the install certificate from TireRack as well? I'm lucky because they have a warehouse in CT (no shipping!) just have to get them mounted and balanced.
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Old 08-20-2013, 09:20 PM   #1546
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Bought two duratracs off craigslist today brand new 265 75 16 for 250 bucks. Only bad thing is there e load but it was too good of a deal to pass up.
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Old 08-21-2013, 11:03 PM   #1548
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Just ordered some 265 75 16 C duratracs mounted on 16x8.5 level 8 guardians from discout tire. Should have em by Tuesday, can't wait to post some pics!!
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Old 08-27-2013, 08:04 AM   #1549
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Got mine installed on Friday. I like them alot!

Fountain Tire (Which is owned by GoodYear) put in about 38lb's worth of air front and back.

They had a killer deal on BFG A/T KO's at about $190/tire installed! But said the Duratrac's were a better tire so I went with them.... They said the BFG AT, haven't really changed design in 13 years. Which says it's a great design, just older technology...

Just an FYI

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Old 08-27-2013, 01:40 PM   #1550
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Sorry for the crappy picture, low light on my iphone 5...

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Old 09-05-2013, 07:23 PM   #1551
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LOVE these tires. I've had em on one day and so many people have already asked me about them. Can't wait to give some reports as I get the miles on em

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Old 09-05-2013, 08:57 PM   #1552
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LOVE these tires. I've had em on one day and so many people have already asked me about them. Can't wait to give some reports as I get the miles on em

Nice looking truck! You'll love the tires!
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Old 09-05-2013, 10:46 PM   #1553
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Still love my Duratracs. Probably end up gettin another set when these wear out.

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Old 09-05-2013, 10:59 PM   #1554
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Good to see so many positive reviews on this tire. I plan on picking up a set of Studded 315/70 R17's for winter, hope they are as good as ive been reading because they will see some harsh snow.
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Yeah I was happy with 50K. Still hadn't reached the wear bars. A lot of the tire shops I called regarding replacing them were having a hard time finding the C load. A few actually said they may discontinue the C load. Not sure how much truth there is to that. Anyway I'm running Hurcules Trail Diggers now. Truck is almost paid off and it will see more offroad abuse.

How are those Hurcules Trail Diggers holding up? I have about 52,000 on my Duratracs and have considered going with a few different tires but am afraid I'll just compare whatever I buy to the Duratracs. They're not cheap but I'm amazed that I've gotten as many miles as I have out of such an agressive tire. Will need new sneaks before the snow flies this year but I plowed a LOT of snow last year with 45,000 mile Duratracs. Just great tires...
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Old 09-06-2013, 04:16 AM   #1556
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How are those Hurcules Trail Diggers holding up? I have about 52,000 on my Duratracs and have considered going with a few different tires but am afraid I'll just compare whatever I buy to the Duratracs. They're not cheap but I'm amazed that I've gotten as many miles as I have out of such an agressive tire. Will need new sneaks before the snow flies this year but I plowed a LOT of snow last year with 45,000 mile Duratracs. Just great tires...
They have been holding up great. Really liking the Hercs. I got them back in February and they haven't seen snow yet. Not sure how they are going to do but I was planning on siping them if need be. Being from NH I don't know if this would be the best choice of tire, pretty much all MTs sick in the snow.
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They have been holding up great. Really liking the Hercs. I got them back in April so they haven't seen snow yet. Not sure how they are going to do but I was planning on siping them if need be. Being from NH I don't know if this would be the best choice of tire, pretty much all MTs sick in the snow.
Thanks for the info...definitely won't be able to go with a mud terrain with how I use my truck. I WISH I was in mud more! Was just looking to see if your initial thought was "these are great" or "I miss my Duratracs". I really can't figure out why I'd go with another tire. Maybe to save a few $$$ but I'm sure I'd regret it quickly with either tire noise, uneven wear, or the first time I got stuck. The Duratracs have just been amazing.
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Old 09-06-2013, 04:29 AM   #1558
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Thanks for the info...definitely won't be able to go with a mud terrain with how I use my truck. I WISH I was in mud more! Was just looking to see if your initial thought was "these are great" or "I miss my Duratracs". I really can't figure out why I'd go with another tire. Maybe to save a few $$$ but I'm sure I'd regret it quickly with either tire noise, uneven wear, or the first time I got stuck. The Duratracs have just been amazing.
I've never had that regret moment with the Hercs. Do I miss my Duratacs? We will see when the snow flies. We don't really get that much here otherwise I would have opted for the Duratacs again, awesome snow tire.
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so DURATRAC vs BFG AT's as far as wet/dry/snow and wear and tire who wins?
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