|12-05-2012, 07:45 AM||eBay Motors #21 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Had my Duratracs on for about 5k miles. Still look brand new.
2011 Silverado CC LML LTZ Z71
Backup camera, LTZ Plus Package
Edge Insight CTS, Cognito Leveling Kit, Rough Country Steering Stabilizer, Goodyear Duratrac 275/70/18
SOLD 2005 Silverado CC LTZ, Z71, 6" Lift, Toyo Open Country 35"s
If you can read this,thank a Teacher. If you can read this in English,thank a Soldier.
|12-05-2012, 07:58 AM||eBay Motors #22 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2010
Duratracs have had both they wear better
Sent from my DROID RAZR using AutoGuide App
2008 LMM ECSB LTZ Stock.....for now
2005 LLY Crew- Sold
II S366 / EFI Live dsp5 Idaho Rob / BT Dieselworks Built Trans / Bunch of other supporting mods /
|12-05-2012, 08:27 AM||eBay Motors #23 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Osler, Saskatchewan
'11 LML 2500, Cognito 8" Lift, H&S Mini w/ Korys 200, MBRP 5", AFE Intake, EGR Deleted, Lift Pump, 3" Downpipe and modded up-pipe.
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|12-06-2012, 06:14 PM||eBay Motors #24 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
Hey guys I have a stock 2011 3500 and want to run the Duratrac 296/65/18 or or the 275/70/18 will either of these work? I do not want to level the truck at this point.
Thanks in advance
2011 Sierra 3500 SLE Extended cab 4x4
Flo-Pro cat/dpf delete pipe
S&B Dry Intake
urea tank removed
Air Dog 165
leveled with Cognito UCA's, Pitman & Idler steering braces
CTS Insight with turbo timer
|12-06-2012, 06:53 PM||eBay Motors #25 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2011
The 275's should be fine with no lift or fender mods, though.
2011 GMC 2500HD Duramax Z-71 CCSB SLE
S&B Dry Cold Air Intake
Ranch Hand Front and Rear Replacement Bumpers (Ridgid Dually Lights on Rear (2)), NFAB 6-Step Nerf Bars, RKI Tool Box, Custom Headache Rack w/ Ridgid Dually Lights (4)
Limo Tint All Around w/ Limo Brow
EDGE CTS Insight, Rancho Steering Stabilizer, Backup Camera
3/4" Lift via Torsion Bars (it was all I could get with stock keys), 285/65/18 Nitto Trail Grapplers
GoLight Stryker HID
XRT Pro on Tow with 4" Flo Pro Exhaust
|12-06-2012, 10:15 PM||eBay Motors #26 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2009
85K as of now on a set of Duratracs. Could go another 5K however with the snow upon us I think it's time for a new set. No complaints - not too noisy and they handle well.
Rotate about every 15K and keep the pressures up - I have found that even a 5# pressure difference can be felt dramatically. Usually keep 55 up front and 60 in the rear and that seems to handle and wear well.
Won't go wrong with a set of these.
2008 CHEVROLET DURAMAX/ALLISON CC SB Z-71 LTZ !!
Jack-It Shock Mounts, Torsion Bars Cranked, Custom Single 5" Chrome Stack, Resonator Removed, BANKS SIX-GUN w/PDA, BANKS TECHNI-COOLER, BANKS RAM-AIR w/SUPERSCOOP, Air Dog II 165, DPF and DOC Delete, PCV Reroute, Weathertech Side Window Deflectors, Ventshade Sunroof Visor, 4" Nasta Stainless Steps, GM Toolbox Setup, Work Truck
|12-07-2012, 06:33 AM||eBay Motors #27 (permalink)|
I'm running Nitto Terra Graplers on a 2008 with 20's leveled and have gone thru three sets in 36,000 miles. I'm going to switch to another style/brand.
2008 GMC 2500 EXSB SLT Duramax 6 Spd Allison 4X4
|12-07-2012, 06:39 AM||eBay Motors #28 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: mount horeb wisconsin
01 gmc sierra slt crew cab 4x4 6.6 dmax, efi live by Idaho Rob,
315/75/16 Goodyear Duratracs on 16" Moto Metals,
3" body lift, 5" Diamond Eye straight pipe with 7" tip,
Z Series Autometer Boost and Pyro, 6k Highs 8k Lows and 3K fogs, tinted windows
cat adapter and donaldson filter, adII
horn intake mod, tinted tails, lots of plasti dip
led interior and dash lights, retros led reverse lights
Big thanks to ATP TRUCKS and ALLIGATOR PERFORMANCE
|12-07-2012, 06:47 AM||eBay Motors #29 (permalink)|
I'm checking out the Goodyear Duratrack's right now, found the 285/60/20's for $356 at tire rack so it doesn't appear they are any cheaper. If I get 40k out of them I'd be on could nine.
I was looking at Toyo Open CT AT 285/55/20 at $337.99, anyone used them?
2008 GMC 2500 EXSB SLT Duramax 6 Spd Allison 4X4
|12-07-2012, 10:27 AM||eBay Motors #30 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Littleton/Denver, Co
I deal heavily in tires and have owned both Dura tracs and Trail Graps on my Duramaxes. I personally prefer the off road performance and look of the Trail Grapplers. Unfortunatley the wear on them is fast, I run quite a bit of high way and off road as I spend Sept-May hunting for birds and big game every year. I wore my Mud Graps out in about 22k miles (1 hunting season). Also the Mud Graps are absolutley TERRIBLE with side to side snow pack/ice traction (they grab just fine moving forward or backward) on snow packed roads.....especially towing trailers. I regularly pull a car hauler and a 16ft enclosed tandem axle trailer packed to the gills with goose decoys and hunting gear. BOTH are great over all off road performers from shooting fowl in muddy corn fields to spring turkey and fall white tail in the muddy creek bottoms to climbing in 2 ft of snow chasing rocky mountain elk and mulleys. The Dura Tracs perform quite a bit better on Ice and hard packed snow. As for mileage the Dura Tracs are FAR superior, yeilding at a minimum 15k more than the Mud Graps. The one and only reason I do not run Dura Tracs (this may sound stupid) is the fact that I dont like the way they look, I prefer an aggresive tire with a very bold and square shoulder, the Dura Tracs are just too round on their shoulders.
I spend most all of my time some where on this planet hunting some sort of game, the rest of my time is wasted-Abe
06 G.C. SRT-8 Black-sold
93 GMC Typhoon pearl white-high 11s/low 12s
06 G.C. SRT-8 Inferno Red-sold
05 Silverado Crew Cab Durmax-Hunting Rig
04 Sierra SLT Durama-Sold
04 Silverado Duramax-Sold