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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Goodyear Tires??

Just wondering if anyone has tried the new Goodyear Wrangler Territory tires from CT on there Rangers yet?
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i've seen them, haven't tried them, they look ok but they are goodyears and I haven't like the tires I've had from them.

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Yeah thats what I was thinking too. I still have the stock good year RT's on and they don't handle all that great. I'll probably end up going with BFG AT's. Seems to be what everyone on these forums swears by.
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I got a buddy who runs them on his 04 dodge 1500..he likes them..look pretty good to.

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Northern Supercrew how long has your friend had them on?
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I think he had them put on in the fall...so maybe 4-5 months.

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They look like pretty decent tires to me. And they are winter rated

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Frosty,

Check the thread "Show us your Rangers" #229 on Page 23. There is a red Ranger with the Goodyear Wrangler Territories. I put them on my 2001 (4x4) a few months ago. They aren't Nokians (I have them on my Ridgeline) but they are great in deep snow. I went through snow above my bumper a few weeks ago. Needless to say, it was a lot of fun! I couldn't get it stuck. I have six 40lbs plastic bags of wood chips in the back between the wheels ($6 at Home Depot). Mine are 31x10.50x15 and they are pretty cheap with the CT deal. I'd say go for it!

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They look nice on effexfour's red truck. Look nice on the Alcoa's. (gotta find myself some of those.)
Hmmm lots to consider. Probably gonna hold out to the spring before buying though but its nice to have easily available options. Thanks guys!
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Check the thread "Show us your Rangers" #229 on Page 23. There is a red Ranger with the Goodyear Wrangler Territories. I put them on my 2001 (4x4) a few months ago. They aren't Nokians (I have them on my Ridgeline) but they are great in deep snow. I went through snow above my bumper a few weeks ago. Needless to say, it was a lot of fun! I couldn't get it stuck. I have six 40lbs plastic bags of wood chips in the back between the wheels ($6 at Home Depot). Mine are 31x10.50x15 and they are pretty cheap with the CT deal. I'd say go for it!

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Yeah, but how are they on hard packed snow? My experience so far, with other tires/vehicles, has been that you won't get stuck in deep snow, but you won't have much of anything on hard packed snow.

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