Goodyear 33x12.50R15LT Tire, Wrangler Duratrac - 312020027

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  • Goodyear Tires | Part Number: GDY312020027
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Style:Duratrac
  • Tire Height:33
  • Availability:Out of Stock
  • Most Popular Sizes:33x12.50R15
  • Tire Width:12.5
  • Tread Type:Mud Terrain
  • Rim Diameter:15 Inches
  • Tire Size:33X12.50R15LT



The new Wrangler DuraTrac features TractiveGroove Technology to help get the job done. Offering enhanced traction in deep mud and snow, the Wrangler DuraTrac is a hardworking tire for drivers who don't know the meaning of the word quit.

Customer Reviews

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37 Customer ratings

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5.0 Getting ready to buy my 4th set

I am rocking Duratracs on a 2008 Dodge Dakota, I am on my fourth set of these (I have ~330,000 miles on the truck as of this review). The truck had 30k when I bought it with Duratrac set #1 on it. I swapped them out for Duratrac set #2 at ~95k because I wanted a bigger size (265 to 285). I kept Duratrac set #2 on there way too long, but running a religious 5 tire rotation they lasted a legitimate verifiable 135k miles. The second set was down to 2-3 32nds of tread when I swapped for Duratrac set #3. I also stepped up to 20" rims (from 17") for set #3. Set #3 was only a set of 4 because I don't have 5 matching rims but they were much lower profile (55 instead of 70) so they handled awesome on the road - like going from a 4wd truck to a car. Set #4 is forthcoming because I am down to a couple of 32nds, but I am very close to 100k on this set so I am very satisfied. Clearly I drive many highway miles, and maybe 10% is pulling a trailer. Maybe a third of my driving involves some light offroading at my destination although it is mostly needing to get places rather than pure offroad. That said, I have never found myself short of traction even when the tires are very worn. Overall these absolutely wear like iron if you keep them rotated AND still give you Phenominal traction. Some have mentioned the cost, but when you consider the longevity of these tires the miles/dollar is still better.

from All over the US |
5.0 Superior traction on snow from AT.

These tires are significantly better on snow and slush then the wrangler at. I've used the AT for decades and got talked into these by a guy that I will now always buy tires from. I'm very impressed with agility on snow. But the mpg is noticeably poor. 18 down to 15 or 14. So I swap them for AT's in the summer. Noise isn't too bad comparably. Over all very happy.

from Oregon |
5.0 Says 50K Miles but I got at least 70K Miles

Very conservative with the miles of use ratio. I'm only getting new tires because I caught a nail and I just feel like it's time. I probably have at least another 5-7 K Miles left of tread.

from South Carolina |
5.0 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrack on a 4 x 4 Ram PW

I've had it on sand, snow and mud. It rocks! They're a little loud at high speed on the freeway, but that's true with all traction tires. The only thing I have had kill one is an 8d nail. Yup, sometimes life sucks. But it's still a great all around tire.

from Everett, WA & Las Vegas, NV, Washington |
5.0 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrack on a 4 x 4 Ram PW

I've had it on sand, snow and mud. It rocks! They're a little loud at high speed on the freeway, but that's true with all traction tires. The only thing I have had kill one is an 8d nail. Yup, sometimes life sucks. But it's still a great all around tire.

from Everett, WA & Las Vegas, NV, Washington |
5.0 Fantastic Tire

Running 285/75-18 on stock Ram 2500; 60,000 miles over the last 18 months, will be replacing at 68,000 miles. I run a lot of highway miles, off road weekly, tow a lightweight trailer (7,500 lbs) frequently, and a heavyweight trailer (15,000 lbs) once a month. Tires are rotated every 7,500 miles, balanced at 25,000 miles, and I change tire pressure based on load. I have put over 500k miles on a competitor's tire, but these Duratrac's are a much better compromise. Wear evenly on road, great traction off road, handle snow/ice well, and available in this size that looks right on a 3/4 ton truck. The only issue I have experienced is a stone drilled into a tire when they were new. No tire is perfect, but if you need a do it all option, you will not be disappointed.

from Michigan/Colorado |
5.0 Ideal Balance for an All Terrain Tire

On my second set of Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires after getting 60k out of the first set. This tire does well in every category I'm looking for in an AT. Quiet on the highway with good comfort and handling. But properly aggressive when off-road. They do well for me in snow and ok in wet weather. (Above 50k they were just starting to slip a bit in the rain).

from Edmonds, Washington |
5.0 Quick & Easy

They did my oil change on time and quickly with no issues

from Undisclosed |


Question & Answers

11 Answered questions

Q: Will these tires work on a 1999 TJ Wrangler with a 3 inch lift with any rubbing on stock wheels? If not, will they work with Series 7069 15x8 Pro Comp Alloy rims? Thanks Answer this question

A: Hello 99, Installing this tire on your vehicle with a 3" lift will require an aftermarket wheel. The Series 7069 15x8 Pro Comp Alloy wheel will work for you. Thank you.

Answered by RK on 10/01/2015

Q: Will this tire fit a 1996 Bronco. There is no lift or leveling kit installed. Answer this question

A: Sir, Will not fit you need at least a 4" lift to clear that size tire. Thank you for your question.

Answered by RK on 03/19/2015

Q: 1st, can this tire be mounted on the procomp Series 7069, 15x8 with 5 on 4.5 Bolt Pattern wheels with the High speed mounting and balancing, and 2nd can they be mounted with black letters out? Answer this question

A: Hello Matthew, the Goodyear Tires 33x12.50R15LT, Duratrac part# GDY312020027 will mount great on the 15x8 Pro comp wheels you are looking at. We can mount them with the black letters or the white letters out, whichever you prefer. Thank you for your inquiry.

Answered by mikey on 01/12/2015

Q: would this specefic tire fit my chevy s10 with a 4 inch body lift with tire spacers? Answer this question

A: Hello James, the Goodyear Tires 33x12.50R15LT, Duratrac part# GDY312020027 will fit your vehicle with a 4" lift. Thank you for your question.

Answered by mikey on 10/04/2014

Q: Is this tire offered in an 18 in rim. I am currently running 35x12.50x18. Answer this question

A: Hello ben from raleigh nc, and thank you for your inquiry on the Goodyear Tires 33x12.50R15LT, Duratrac's. Unfortunately, Goodyear does not make this tire in an 18" size. Sorry about that.

Answered by ALAN on 09/22/2014


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