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Goodyear Truck Tires

Need some Goodyear truck tires?  Goodyear truck tires can be used for either a truck or an SUV.  They have a variety of different types of tires depending on what it is you’re looking for.  For instance, if you want tough tires, you can go for their DuPont Kevlar tires, or if you want traction, you can go with their tires that have “TractiveGroove Technology”.  In addition to that, there are also Goodyear truck tires that are designed to give you a quiet ride, these tires make use of Goodyear’s “SilentArmor technology”.  Finally, there is all-weather traction available through their “TripleTred technology”.

The good thing about searching for Goodyear tires is their website actually rates their own tires on a scale of 1 to 10 for dry traction, wet traction, snow traction, off-road traction as well as how quiet the ride is.  By looking through the tires based on those qualities, you can quickly get a sense of what tires are good or bad for your purposes.  They also allow you to compare various tires together via the compare button on their website.

Of course, you shouldn’t only look at the Goodyear site for this kind of information, you also want to find an unbiased source of information so that you can be sure you’re getting the right tires for you.  I’ve found that if you type the name of the tire you’re looking into followed by “review”, you can often times find yourself some neutral reviews of the tire in question which will better help you with your purchase decision.

If the above doesn’t work, you can also try checking out Amazon or Epinions, both of those sites have some people who leave reviews for various products. 

Now as far as which Goodyear truck tires you should be considering, here’s a look at some of the tires and their ratings on the Goodyear site:

Fortera Triple Tred – 3 Tread zones for increased traction in rain, ice or dry environments

Dry Traction = 10, Wet Traction = 10, Snow Traction = 10, Off-Road Traction = 5, Quiet Ride = 8

Now if you’re looking for something more for off-road use, here are a few tires to consider:

Wrangler MT/R – Dry Traction = 7, Wet Traction = 6, Snow Traction = 8, Off-Road Traction = 10, Quiet Ride = 4

Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar – Dry Traction = 8, Wet Traction = 7, Snow Traction = 7, Off-Road Traction = 10, Quiet Ride = 5

Wrangler DuraTrac – Dry Traction = 8, Wet Traction = 8, Snow Traction = 10, Off-Road Traction = 9, Quiet Ride = 6

Now there are many other Goodyear truck tires I could go over, but I’ll leave it at that for now.  Do make sure you do some research of your own outside of the Goodyear site before you make a final decision.