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Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tire (Available in Multiple Sizes)

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    Tire Specs

    Manufacturer Ratings
    • All-Terrain
    • Symmetrical

      Symmetrical tires can be rotated in many different ways to prolong their life.

    Tire Size Wheel Width Tire Diameter Tread Depth Revs Per Mile Weight (lbs)
    For 17" wheels
    33" - 285/70R17 7.5" - 9" 33 18/32" 611 60

      Review & Installation Video

      The Goodyear DuraTrac tire will be a very capable hybrid between your standard all-terrain and mud-terrain tires and will balance both on-road comfort and noise, but with very impressive off-road performance. The DuraTrac will be offered in sizes to fit a 17, 18, and 20-inch wheel and with heights ranging from 31 to 35 inches. Pricing, as always here gang, will depend on your sizing, but still going to be relatively affordable for most sizes starting in the mid to high $100 range. However, larger sizes will bring a larger price tag as the 35-inch version will land you upwards of $400 plus dollars. So for those who don't know, Goodyear is one of a handful of tire companies that can say they've been around for over 100 years now which is definitely saying something in the automotive industry, right? Staying power means a lot. Now the Wrangler tire that we're talking about here or the Wrangler lineup, I should say, is just about as legendary as the brand itself and is going to offer a wide variety of options for just about every on and off-road application out there. Now the DuraTrac, in particular, is a very popular option in the aftermarket and one of the more aggressive options in the Wrangler lineup with only their dedicated mud tire being a little bit more gnarly. I think a big part of the success of the DuraTrac is again the fact that it's going to balance a lot of the pros of the traditional all-terrain tire, relatively long lifespan, quiet, comfortable, things like that, but with a really good performance off-road and a tread design typically found with a mud-terrain tire. And with that said, let's take a closer look at the tread here with the DuraTrac because again, in my opinion, it does offer some unique features with this particular tire. First and foremost, this thing does have that unique tread pattern. Again, more aggressive, I would say, than your typical run of the mill AT tire, but at the same time, the voids at least on the center here or the space between the lugs aren't nearly as large as it would be with a dedicated mud tire. And that's where that whole hybrid thing comes into play that we mentioned a little bit earlier. Now because you are seeing some larger voids here on the shoulder lugs, you can expect some good self-cleaning from this tire once you start building up some wheel speed. However, since the center lugs here are positioned a little bit closer together, road noise won't be nearly as offensive as with some other MT tires in the category. But taking an even closer look within the tread void itself, and it's really hard for you guys to see, I'm sure, but we'll try to get you some shots, and that's going to be the Tractive Groove Technology according to the gang over at Goodyear, these little tiny teeth here within the grooves themselves or the voids. And what that's going to do is really help get you some traction when you're in some loose snow or mud, dig deep, get you some bite and by all accounts, it works very, very well in the snow. And that really isn't any big surprise as this thing has been given the three peak mountain snowflake logo designating the DuraTrac worthy of severe snow duty. And some options of this tire already come pinned for you, so if you want to stud these things up, you have that option if you really want to party in some snow. But moving away from the tread, let's talk about the shoulder and the sidewall area here first and you will notice some detail or some lugs nearest the shoulder on the sidewall here and of course that will help with some traction, especially when you air these puppies down a little bit, but it's also going to help protect the two-ply sidewall here with the DuraTrac. Finally, guys, nearest the wheel area, Goodyear has implemented their rim protector or rim guard just to help you not rash up your favorite set of wheels if you get a little too close to a curb. But in closing, the DuraTrac is going to do a great job of blurring the lines between a traditional all-terrain and mud-terrain tire, going to give you solid performance off-road while still maintaining a relatively quiet ride while on the highway. So if you want to check out a set of DuraTracs for your rig, you can do so right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • All-Terrain Performance
      • Improved Traction for Mud and Snow
      • Enhanced Grip for Hauling and Towing
      • Engineered with TractiveGroove Technology
      • Self-Cleaning Shoulder Blocks
      • Fits all 1997-2020 Ford F-150 Models


      All-Terrain Performance. Do you need a powerful, all-terrain tire that matches off-road performance with on-road comfort? If so, the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tire is your answer. The DuraTrac Tire offers advanced construction, making it an aggressive choice for handling harsh, rugged terrain, with the added luxury of a quiet ride on paved roads.

      TractiveGroove Technology. The Wrangler DuraTrac Tire carries on Goodyear's legacy as one of the most reliable tire names in the industry. Boasting an advanced TractiveGroove Technology construction, the DuraTrac Tire offers drivers vastly improved traction in snowy winter conditions, as well as deep mud and other water hazards. Additionally, its self-cleaning shoulder design helps to block dirt and debris, allowing better traction on rocky and muddy terrain.

      Extra Protection. Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires feature a sleek rim protector designed to guard against accidental curb damage or other on and off-road hazards. Combined with the fact that they're built with an advanced rubber compound resulting in superior sidewall strength and the included 50,000-mile tread life warranty, and you can feel comfortable knowing you're ready to take on even the toughest terrain.

      Minimal Tread Noise. The Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tire has a highly angled center tread block design, which greatly reduces your rig's tread noise up to 65 mph while maintaining excellent handling and lateral stability on and off the road.

      Application. This Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tire All Terrain Tire is designed for use on 1997-2020 Ford F-150 models. Please choose your size from the ordering options above. Sold individually.

      Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

      MPN# GY312015027

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


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      5.0 out of 5 overall rating from 1 customers

      • February 11, 2017

        5 2010 - GERMAN

        Excellent Tires!

        Excellent tires to drive in differents roads in Mexico, they don´t sound anything!!!

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      Questions & Answers (2 answers)

      2 Top Rated Questions

      My truck has 275-65-18 Iam going to put a leveling kit on it 2inch what size 33x12.50 -18

      • For the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tire the 275/70/18 = 33.2x10.8/18 and 295/65/18 = 33.1x11.6/18 it is not available in a standard 33x12.50R18.

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      Are these C or E load rated? Or can I request a specific load rating when I purchase them?

      • The load rating of these Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tires varies between C,D, or E, depending on which size you choose.

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