I digress. At first I thought the Duratracs were great as well. But not being one to follow the crowd, I went a different route this time. I am glad I did. The Toyos are heavier but mileage improved, wet traction is better, absolutely no hydroplaning, and forward progress in mud is at least the same if not better.
To top it off, they were $42 each cheaper the the Duratracs.
Win-win all around.
Oh, and read the first line of my sig.
Just my opinion, yours will differ.
Proud owner of: '09 Rubicon Unlimited, '90 XJ, '88 XJ, '77 J-10