Join Date: Dec 2005
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The Swampers are great for what you want, but changing them twice a year is a pricey pain. They do not last at all. I've ran them before. I'm running Dayton Timberline M/T's and fell in love. Best lasting tires I've found yet. I have ran Open Country before and they did not last either. I'm not sure if the width of the tire has anything to do with it, but I'm beginning to believe that is key on a dually. Seems the wider tires with spacers are wearing better than anything else. The Open Country tires were 295's and made about 25K miles. So far the Timberline's have around 30K miles and are half gone. Our goosenecks play hell on tires, so your results may vary.
"To hell with a 6.0, make mine 6 in a row"
'03 "TNT Ranch Edition" F350 CrewCab Lariat 4x4 DRW 12V Cummins, P&P head with 60# valvesprings & O-Ringed, ARP 625 studs, Colt cam, 4K GSK, HX40S/HT3b Twins, ZF6spd. with Valair Ceramic/Kevlar, manual hubs, 3.73's, 5.5" lift/w 285 Dayton Timberlines and 2" Wheel Spacers.