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Need tires bad before powder flys! Kinda like the nitto terra grapplers ... But also like toyo mts and dura tracks . I plow snow hunt, fish,and ride mx. I put lots of road miles on as well as towing and putting duck boat in ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 12-18-2012, 07:03 AM
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Need tires bad before powder flys! Kinda like the nitto terra grapplers ... But also like toyo mts and dura tracks . I plow snow hunt, fish,and ride mx. I put lots of road miles on as well as towing and putting duck boat in some nasty game reserves. Bit want a tire that lasts.

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Old 12-18-2012, 07:34 AM
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MT's suck in the snow blieve it or not, no siping on them. For plowing better off with AT's.

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But they look good that's why I'm kinda leaning towards nitto Terra's they look good for an at and have a 50k warranty and decent reviews. Options are slim in a 305/70 17

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You could always have the MT's siped @ Schwab. Best of both worlds!

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The DuraTrac's are a winter radial, so they will be the best in the winter. 60,000 miles isn't unheard of either. I have them, 6 of my diesel buddies have them, and there is nothing else we put on our trucks.

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ive heard horror stories about them wearing fast on diesels...but love how they look

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Every tire wears faster with the more weight you put on, and adding more power. 60,000 miles isn't too bad for a winter radial with a tread pattern like that.

Even if they don't last as long as others, I like to know I have the tire that does it all, all year long.
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i have found that a softer tire makes a better winter snow/ rain tire. i got some hard tires on my truck now and they are dangerous on wet road (michelins) nice for wear but not for wet roads.

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thats kind of my thinking. THe duratracks look great and i watched my buddy drive through 33 inches of snow in his hemi but im a cheapass if im going to spend upwards of 1000$ i want it to last
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Originally Posted by mannblack View Post
You could always have the MT's siped @ Schwab. Best of both worlds!

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They wear out fast enough as it is.
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