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|Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 7.4|
1998 Toyota T100 4wd
|Miles driven on tires:||4000|
Initial Review, 4000 Miles on Tires
So far, this is the forth set of tires I have had on this truck. By far, these are the best tires I've had. Previously, the truck has had mostly BFG a/t's, aside from a set of worthless general grabber h/t's, which only lasted for about 20k miles. The best point of these tires so far has been their loose/soft terrain traction, such as loose packed sand, gravel and rock. I bought the tires just before a 4wheeling trip to Farmington, new Mexico over the 4th of july weekend. The tires showed no sign of slippage on the sand stone, which has prove difficult before. Again, the loose terrain traction was great. The tires kept them selves clear, and kept me moving through deep sand without needing deflation like the BFG a/t's. Highway travel was just fine, with the noise being only slightly louder than the old bfg's that these replaced. Recently, I have also have had the chance to try the tires in the snow. I was worried about deep snow traction, but was pleasantly suprised at how well they responded and kept themselves clear. Ice has been fairly average. I would definitely recommend these tires as a great alternative to your standard all terrain. I have even managed to convert my little brother, being a die hard lover of the BFG all terrain.