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Unread 04-27-2013, 09:40 AM   #76
KKiowaTJ
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If the dura tracs are anything like my mtr kevlars... They'll be awesome tires that hold against rocks sharp logs sticks and get you home on pavement. Plenty of tread life. Over 22k on mine and more than enough tread for another 2 years.


They are nothing like the Kevlar's but the goodyear name.

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Unread 04-29-2013, 09:23 AM   #77
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So far I am very happy with my STT's . I have not had them off road other than some sand on the job site . I think for the tread pattern they are not bad noise wise and seem to be fine on the highway as far as sound and tracking. They balanced without a ton of lead . They sure seem to attract a lot of attention when it is parked I have noticed. I feel the fact that I run Metalcloak Duraflex control arm joints probably makes a big difference in the highway ride being they are 10 ply along with right now I run 29.5lbs of air in each.
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Unread 04-30-2013, 10:23 AM   #78
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The Hankook tires both their AT and MT offerings were brought up here with not much response. I will be trying out their AT when i go with tires as it gets strong reviews and appears to be head and shoulders above most in terms of construction QUALITY per everything published about them. Might even go to the MT as I only drive 6 miles to work each day but the AT seems more in line with my needs, which is wheeling on hard rock maybe 6-8 times annually. The increased contact patch and more biting edges would serve me better than the deep large grooves between tread blocks of most MT's. I try and stay out of the mud when I can.

They tend to be cheaper size for size than the duratracs I've compared them to but this thread has been very informative about the duratracs and the coopers.
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Unread 05-01-2013, 05:59 PM   #79
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