Goodyear Wrangler Trailmark Tire LT245/75R16 120R

Walmart # 551426915
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Goodyear Wrangler Trailmark Tire LT245/75R16 120R

Walmart # 551426915
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Highlights
  • Treadwear Warranty: 45,000 miles
  • Tire Type: Light Truck - All-Terrain
  • Sidewall: Black Sidewall
  • Speed Rating: R
  • Load Index: 120
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    About This Item

  • Treadwear Warranty: 45,000 miles
  • Tire Type: Light Truck - All-Terrain
  • Sidewall: Black Sidewall
  • Speed Rating: R
  • Load Index: 120
  • Customer Reviews
    4.3 out of 5 Stars
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    1-5 of 127 reviews

    Sidewall bubbled up bad

    After having these on my truck for 2 months and not driving all that much the side wall bubbled

    like the smooth ride, nice thick tread

    these are really quiet and smooth riding tires, just worrying about how weak the sidewalls are. Just bought these a few hours ago, all tires had psi of 33.33 in them. Will see. They just look like they are going flat, as seen in the pics.
    2004 dodge durango stSide walls looks weak

    These are great tires

    Very nice all season tires. They are not noisy on the freeway and I have plowed thru a lot of snow with great traction. The best price was ordering from Wal-Mart and having them shipped to my store.

    Good to Excellent Tire

    I had 4 new tires put on for my Ford Escape in Bechtelsville, PA. I went there to get the BFGoodrich tires with the thick knobby tires I saw online for $177 each. She said they no longer carry them in stock so her and an associate recommended this tire as the next closest. If I want quietness with excellent traction thru snow then this is the tire, or if I prefer to hear the sound of the road I would have to go someplace else to get the BFGoodrich tires. So I chose to go with this tire and when I pulled out of the parking lot it was so quiet I could hear a pin drop. They seem to be excellent tires and they have a lot of thread on them. You do feel the pull of the tire just slightly but that's good as its an indicator the thread of the tire is thick and grabs the road like it ought to. The service was good... as others came in to get flats fixed they were told it would be about a 3 hour wait; I was in and out in about an hour for a set of 4 new tires. So the service was good as well.

    They're good all around but won't win any prizes.

    (2004 Tacoma Xtracab 4x4) Nothing stands out as special or as a specific strength for this tire. They're fine and a logical choice for when you need well rounded rubber. You won't be let down! I've put about 35,000 on them, without rotation, and they wear very well - I'm looking forward to another 25-30K or so. Great for highway driving or dirt/gravel roads! That said, I don't have a lot of confidence in them once the pavement is wet. I haven't had a problem per se, but wet asphalt is probably their weakness. If you drive off road, they will definitely get the job done and keep up, but won't out-perform competitors in the same price range. Good in mud and decent in sand (wet or dry) but if you do a lot of mud or sand trails, go with something more specific for those applications. Although they perform pretty well in wet off road conditions, which is nice. The Trailmark tires are a good all around compromise for those looking for plenty of highway driving and frequent off road trails and forest roads.
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