Originally Posted by WTR388
I had the GoodYear Duratracs on my Canyon. I loved them. Never got stuck with them on, they cleaned out good. We have a lot of rock up here when we're off roading and they never let me down.
On dry roads they were great. Very little, if any noise. Good ride quality and good grip. They are full of little sipes so in the rain they work good too.
On icy/snow covered roads I was happy with them. Almost as good as my dedicated winter tires. They are snow rated and you can stud them.
They seemed to be getting great wear out of them as well, but I sold my truck before they were past 30,000km
My buddy has General Grabber AT2s. Really likes them, they are economical. Snow rated and he says they work great in the snow and good in the mud. He's had them on his truck at least 2 years now and they still look new.
I'll likely go with Duratracs again when I get my next set of tires.
X2 on the Duratracs, probably the BEST tire for off road/highway driving! My only concern with Duratracs is the load rating on 20's; I'm thinking the Zeon's for my next tire since I will be doing some towing.
But seriously, I had the Duratracs on my '78 Bronco, rarely needed 4x4 with tires, just beastly!