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Goodyear Wrangler Radial
Goodyear Wrangler Radial
  • Price Range:  USD $111.99 to $111.99
    All Season

    Wrangler® Radial is the tire with Rugged strength, All-Terrain traction, and an economical tread design for pickup trucks.

    • Optimized tread design helps provide traction in a variety of conditions.
    • Large tread blocks help deliver a stable footprint and confident handling.

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    Overall: 3.2  
  • 4/2/2014
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  • Size: 255/65R16 ( 20000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Goodyear Wrangler SR-A Excellent OEM replacement. For all of you people, here and on other sites complaining about bad traction, take a look at your suspension. Shocks and springs play a VITAL role in keeping traction, so before you complain that the manufacture has to upgrade their product, replace your shocks first mininum every 80,000 km. I have a 2wd truck with an open differential and have no problem here in Ontario.
    Overall: 3.4  
  • 3/17/2014
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  • Size: 265/70R16 (2003 Dodge Durango 4 Dr Sport Utility SLT with 43000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Mine are the Wrangler SR-A tires, bought as replacement for the factory Wrangler RT S tires. Never was very happy with them. They developed a shifted belt noise after approximately 1 1/2 years of driving, Sears wouldn't warranty it claiming alignment issues. The tire was on the rear, not the front. I wound up getting a pro-rated discount on that tire, but now have another tire giving the same symptom. Tread wear has been very rapid as well, my guess is the softness of the rubber compound. Truck rarely goes off road, but in one instance I had to go fish out my kid from a muddy field he got stuck in his 2 wheel drive pickup, these tires were not up to the task and barely got themselves out without pulling boy out of the mud. Always liked Goodyear tires, but won't be buying overpriced under performing tires from them again.
    Overall: 2.1  
  • 3/5/2014
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  • Size: 275/65R18 (2012 Ford F-150 4 Dr Crew Cab 7 Ft Bed XLT (275/65R18) with 30000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Cautious, Reserved Driver
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    This tire is horrible. I bought my Ford F150 new. Tires were getting punctures all the time. The rubber separated on the first tire at 30,000 miles. The next 2 tires had belts break around 35,000. Goodyear would not do anything. I replaced the fourth tire for fear of safety issues.
    Overall: 4.4  
  • 2/20/2014
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  • Size: 215/65R17 (2008 Jeep Patriot 4 Dr Sport Utility North Edition with 130000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Wrangler SRA came stock on my Jeep Patriot. I drove them down almost to the wear indicator after 130k. They are a versatile tire that last a long time. I live on the Canadian prairies and I don't understand all the negative reviews about poor traction in snow. I have seen it all and these tires are just fine on snow and ice. Here's my advice: if you are sliding all over in the snow, stop driving like a donkey because it's probably not your tires.
    Overall: 3.0  
  • 2/12/2014
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  • Size: ( 40225 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Anyone notice that all the people that say this tire is garbage drive Dodger Rammits? The truck is the culprit here people, they work just fine on GM vehicles and many others as well.
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