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Old 05-05-2009, 09:51 AM
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Question Goodyear DuraTrac tire.



Anyone running this tire on their S-10 Blazer? Looks like a good All terrain. Has good reviews from what I've read.

Either plan to run this tire, or the good old BFGoodrich AT
 

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BFG makes a very good tire, I've never seen this particular one but I did have the AT on my blazer when I bought it, great tire.
 
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I've been following this tire just a bit since they came out. Seems to be fantastic in the snow and equal to the BFG AT KO's in everything else. If/when they come out in a 33X10.5 they will more than likely be my next set of street tires. I have the KO's now and like them but really need something for the snow and my mudders just don't cut it in the snow.
 
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I've ordered a set of these for my Blazer. Funny thing is that I have the same rim in the picture above.

I've been having issues since the first rotation on my BFG AT KOs - Radial pulling, cupping and not holding a balance. After a complete rebuild on the front end and new rims they HAVE FINALLY determined that the tires are defective - a year and a half later and 35,000 miles too... I'm getting an uncontested refund for the CURRENT price of the tires towards these. It was a good day this morning!
 
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I am buying those tires tomorrow from Tire Rack...I get a nice discount since I work at a Dealership. I will post a thread with the new set-up, including pix.

31x10.50R15
 
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I posted a link in a thread a couple weeks ago about 30x9.5R15 BFG mud terrains for $89bucks a piece...
 
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Originally Posted by $CR33D$ View Post
I am buying those tires tomorrow from Tire Rack...I get a nice discount since I work at a Dealership. I will post a thread with the new set-up, including pix.

31x10.50R15
How big of a discount. I also work at a dealer
 
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NVANZEE,

If I were to buy the tires from Tire Rack personally, I would pay $130 a piece plus $75 shipping, which is outrageous because Tire Rack is 20 mins away from my house. Delaware has a weird law which makes them ship the tires unless you have a wholesale account. Anyway, I am getting the tires for $118 a piece and my parts guy is gonna pick them up for me. Which all together saves me about $100.

I'm getting the tires tomorrow but I don't know when I will get around to mounting them. I have to find time to paint my rims before I mount the tires.

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Will these 31x10.50R15 mounted on the stock wheels rub on my 01 blazer?
I was told to get a 2" body lift by some dude on here, (which will come soon), but in the mean time, are the tires going to rub?
 
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they will rub big time without the 2" lift. i would wait until you get the lift installed so you dont chew up your new tires.
 
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To bad I cant find them in a 235/70/15. I can find another duratrac that size but different tread.
 

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