Join Date: May 2009
Location: London, Ontario, Canada
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I'm very happy with my Duratracs.
They're quiet, only a hint of a hum when coming to a stop sign with the windows open or the top off.
They handle quite nicely on the road. They handle dry roads and wet roads very well. Gravel's no problem. I live up North, so snow and ice handling is important to me, and the Duratracs excel in the winter weather. They're actually certified as a winter tire.
On the trail they grip well. They handle mud better than one might expect for an AT. The voids are a good size. They're decent on the rocks, though I admit that BFG's seem as good or better here.
They air down all right, but you're not going to take them down to single digit territory or anything. There are softer sidewall tires. But I've always been happy with them on the trail.
I love the fact that they are a good all around player. Trails, roads and snow all with one set of tires.
I've had them on for almost 20K now and they are in great shape. Be sure to rotate them.
2008 Unlimited 2" Lift, 33" DuraTracs, Rock Hard skid plates, LoD mid-width bumper, Warn12k winch, Riddler diff covers, etc.