The Duratrac is a A/T. Fierce Attitude is a M/t, Its going to do alot better in mud than the Duratracs. The voids on the fierce is wider and deeper for grip in mud. They wont be as good in snow or ice, But who cares if your going to run m/t's. People drive with worse m/t's in ice and snow all the time, They just drive to the conditions and slow down. Is there a solid reason people need super ice/snow traction?
Theres alot of members who run more extreme tires and live in ice/snow many months of the year and have no complaints. I understand for some, Unlimited for example, Lives in the mountains and goes boarding and skiing, I can see where a second set would be wise as he will be in it alot. But to build your jeep for off-road with armor and lockers, And put street tires on it?? Odd
Sorry for the rant and no pun intended towards anyone, But are people that scared to drive on m/t's in ice/snow? I live in Iowa, It gets 100 here in summer and 0 in winter with just as much ice/snow covered roads, The gravel roads turn hard pack as soon as a couple trucks pass on it.
I know I'm not the only one who looks at this as odd, I have talked with many people over the years and most seem to agree, Slowing down and knowing your rig and how it performs is just as good and will take you anywhere. Chains and ice studs are the only true maximum traction ice/snow options. To each their own.....