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Thread: KO2 or Duratrac ?

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    Skinny 33s is about it. 33 on 15 inch wheels. That wouldn't look to good.

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    Done.
    My baby now drives the way I want it to. And I don't mind the looks either.


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    First snow in TO. Not much, about 3cm so far, but it started with wet slush that froze slowly in subzero temps. Packing now.
    Tires have grip, not a moment of hesitation while driving or braking. They are a great compliment for the 4x4 traction system.
    Very satisfied with them Duratracs.

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    Anybody try the Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure yet? Looks like a decent tread for mixed highway/logging road use, is winter rated, has a mileage guarantee and seems like a better fit for my use than the Duratracs (which I had on my Ford and liked them aside from the accelerated wear and the squishy feeling handling)
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    A friend of mine bought ko2s I bought duratrac and we are both happy with performance but parked side by side durtracs look so much tougher fwiw

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