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    Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT

    Drivers who want off-road traction and on-road comfort can expect it from the Goodyear Wrangler™ UltraTerrain AT.


    Goodyear UltraTerrain AT


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    Our exclusive all-terrain tire, the Goodyear Wrangler® UltraTerrain AT is engineered to provide drivers with a quiet, comfortable highway ride and the all-terrain capabilities for their next off-road adventure. Drivers can count on this tire for powerful all-terrain performance through the aggressive tread pattern and TractiveGroove Technology®. Featuring a rugged all-terrain tread compound and aggressive shoulder elements, the Wrangler™ UltraTerrain provides resistance to tread chunking and protection from punctures, so drivers can take on harsh terrains with absolute confidence. Not just an off-road tire, the UltraTerrain is engineered to provide on-road comfort through advanced computer modeling technology. This tire is also certified for severe snow and winter traction, backed by the 3-peak mountain snowflake symbol.


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    • All-terrain traction
    • Rugged durability
    • On-road comfort





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    New tire design? What advantages might this tire have over a Duratrac?

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    Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT

    I’d love a 35/12.5R-18. Also I can’t find the 35/12.5R-17 anywhere? And one last thing like the guy above said. How do these differ from the Duratrac?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Principal Skinr View Post
    New tire design? What advantages might this tire have over a Duratrac?
    Looks slightly more street oriented, so I suspect the ride is a bit quieter and more compliant...having said that, on a Jeep, I'd still lean towards the duratrac. I've bought both my 33 and 35 inch duratracs from discount tire, and they have served me (and still do) very well.

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    These look decent for the street and rainy/snowy weather. The bigger gaps between the lugs on the duratracs will shed mud easier though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Principal Skinr View Post
    New tire design? What advantages might this tire have over a Duratrac?
    The new Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT is built with Goodyears latest tread and rubber technologies to give it a smoother quieter ride over the DuraTrac.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragmod View Post
    I’d love a 35/12.5R-18. Also I can’t find the 35/12.5R-17 anywhere? And one last thing like the guy above said. How do these differ from the Duratrac?

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    We can special order the 35/12.50R-17 size but at this time Goodyear does not make them in 35/.12.50R-18.

    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    Looks slightly more street oriented, so I suspect the ride is a bit quieter and more compliant...having said that, on a Jeep, I'd still lean towards the duratrac. I've bought both my 33 and 35 inch duratracs from discount tire, and they have served me (and still do) very well.
    Thank you for your past business! We appreciate you posting your results running the Duratrac tires on your Jeep.

    Quote Originally Posted by YAHAHA View Post
    These look decent for the street and rainy/snowy weather. The bigger gaps between the lugs on the duratracs will shed mud easier though.

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    We appreciate your feedback! I agree, off-road performace goes to the DuraTrac as far as mud and slop is concerned.
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    What’s your thoughts on which would perform better on the road in rain or slushy 1-2” of snow?


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    They should perform very similar to the Goodyear Duratrac tires in snowy conditions. The Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT is 3PMSF rated and feature the latest technologies. I would give them a try and let us know your thoughts.
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    Why load range E? I'd give these a shot in the 285/70x17 in a load range C. Having the ROWL gives us the option on in or out.

    I can see you had the KO2's in your sights, but I feel you missed the mark with the Duratrac already being offered in a load range D.

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