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Did you get the LT ones?

Goodyear makes any size smaller than 33 in a P rated tire as well for people that only want the look and traction

Never had anyone I personally know have any issues on an LT Duratrac
@Hank cut a sidewall on a LT one out on a fire road
 

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I also want to say, and I don't feel like searching, that both p and lt are 2 ply sidewall.
 
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Probably should’ve mentioned these are for my tundra which is 99% work truck/tow vehicle. So mainly need a 45k or higher, not an insane aggressive pattern, but needs strong sidewalks because we’re I do tow is mainly sharp rocks and meth needles (stoddard wells, Johnson valley, etc).

Still leaning towards the falken but .....jew
 
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Hankook Dynapro AT
Yokohama Geolandar AT-S

I think both are available in 35. Both are excellent tow tires, both have excellent ratings (Noise A, tread wear 500, heat A) both are Tier 1 tires.

You won't go wrong with either.
 

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Dude, I didn't even hit a *sharp* rock the first time I blew one out. In the course of 2 years, mostly easy wheeling mind you, I replaced 5 tires due to sidewall cuts, slashes, or blow outs.
You have blown more sidewalls than anyone I know and you don't even wheel that hard. I think you have a driver error problem :flipoff:
 

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You have blown more sidewalls than anyone I know and you don't even wheel that hard. I think you have a driver error problem :flipoff:
Probably. Or I actually drive faster than you so I don't notice the shit little rocks that like to take out sidewalls.

Honestly most of mine were duratrac issues. I've had 4 since over 2 years. 2 were much older tires on the Mojave road which is known for eating tires (8-10 year range) and 1 of those already had a pinhole in the sidewall so it was ready to go anyway. 1 I have no fucking idea since I wasn't driving fast other than I wasn't really aired down on fireroads. And the last one was driver error.
 

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Probably. Or I actually drive faster than you so I don't notice the shit little rocks that like to take out sidewalls.


Honestly most of mine were duratrac issues. I've had 4 since over 2 years. 2 were much older tires on the Mojave road which is known for eating tires (8-10 year range) and 1 of those already had a pinhole in the sidewall so it was ready to go anyway. 1 I have no fucking idea since I wasn't driving fast other than I wasn't really aired down on fireroads. And the last one was driver error.
When have we ever driven in the desert together? I highly doubt you drive any faster than I do.

Yeah I don’t think duratracs were really made to do the stuff we like the do with our trucks. I think they are more for the casual weekend wheeler at best. They seem to perform great in the stuff 95% of the people that drive need them for.
 

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When have we ever driven in the desert together? I highly doubt you drive any faster than I do.

Yeah I don’t think duratracs were really made to do the stuff we like the do with our trucks. I think they are more for the casual weekend wheeler at best. They seem to perform great in the stuff 95% of the people that drive need them for.
I'm sure you move faster than I do. All this plate fucking armor keeps me a little slower. @Mike_taco4x4 and I were hitting 60-70 regularly out in Mojave back in May though. Haha.
 

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When have we ever driven in the desert together? I highly doubt you drive any faster than I do.

Yeah I don’t think duratracs were really made to do the stuff we like the do with our trucks. I think they are more for the casual weekend wheeler at best. They seem to perform great in the stuff 95% of the people that drive need them for.
I'm sure you move faster than I do. All this plate fucking armor keeps me a little slower. @Mike_taco4x4 and I were hitting 60-70 regularly out in Mojave back in May though. Haha.
After following most of you guys the last couple years, you’re all amateurs next to @Airdog
 

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After following most of you guys the last couple years, you’re all amateurs next to @Airdog
Well yeah. He's had secondaries in the front since I've known him, and now he's fucking long travel rear. Also no fucks to give. I definitely need to LT the tacoma for go fast, the runner is just too heavy now.
 

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Well yeah. He's had secondaries in the front since I've known him, and now he's fucking long travel rear. Also no fucks to give. I definitely need to LT the tacoma for go fast, the runner is just too heavy now.
Even before he got that rear done I was struggling to keep close enough to see his dust cloud.

And then I saw his drive sideways up a muddy mountain. Lol it was entertaining
 

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She not bad. If you can get them for 800 sounds like it might be worth it. If my truck looked cool, I'd make a shirt of it.
 

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