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In January it will be two years since my Dad bought the Tundra. It currently has about 26,000 miles on it and it has needed tires for quite a while now. The Bridgestone Duelers that came on it suck and didn't wear very well. They was also not worth a damn in the snow. So, my Dad ordered Goodyear Wrangler Dura Tracs 275/65R18 for the Tundra from Discount Tire Direct. http://www.discounttiredirect.com/. He paid $235 a piece with free shipping. He had them mounted and balanced for $12 per tire. I can't wait to try them out plowing. If I like them I might get some for my Chevy.





 

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They'll be fine when new in the snow. I have bought many sets of these for the logging crew cabs and foreman's truck as they seldom get rock punctures. I have found though that once the few edges that are on the tire get rounded off, the big blocks are no help in the snow. They have good gravel and mud traction, but don't expect great snow traction when mileage accumulates.
 
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