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Goodyear Wrangler SR-A
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Goodyear Wrangler SR-A
  • Price Range:  USD $165.99 to $277.99
    All Season

    Goodyear Wrangler SR-A On/Off Highway Original Equipment Tire

    • Aggressive tread pattern for excellent on/off-road traction.
    • Circumferential grooves evacuate water to maximize wet traction.

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    Overall: 1.8  
  • 12/12/2011
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  • Size: 235/75R17 ( 50000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    These are the absolute worst tires!! Dont even think of buying them. The side walls are too soft and I'm replacing all 4 after 50,000 km's. Terrible in the snow and not great in the wet. I rotate my tires every oil change. I will NEVER purchase Goodyears again.
    Overall: 4.2  
  • 11/16/2011
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  • Size: ( 78000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    78K Km on my set and no problems, just replacing them now
    Overall: 4.5  
  • 9/25/2011
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  • Size: ( 22000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Overall: 1.5  
  • 7/14/2011
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  • Size: ( 38616 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Bought my truck used with these tires on it- they had 7,000 miles when I got them. Now at 24,000 I am looking for new tires because all five of these have had blowout problems. One was legit- hit some debris a big truck dropped on the road. The other four (including the spare!) have all blown due to tread separateon and Goodyear basically told me to go get f***ed when I went to their certified specialist reatailer. The tires are too soft in the sidewalls, for a truck, and there is no strength in the tread or else they wouldn't blow out every 2-3 months. Tractions horrible too, they won't grip on mud, snow, rain, or gravel. On dry pavement they are just so-so. But here in Portland I need tires that are good in wet weather. Their pretty comfortable- my Titan rides better than an Escalade. They don't make too much noise but I have a loud exhaust on my truck so i probably wouldnt hear road noise anyway. but still these tires suck. I will go with what the previous reviewer said, they really suck every day, every night, all the time, in all conditions. Save your money and buy a bike if you need to, but don't put these giant rubber turds on your valuble truck.
    Overall: 3.4  
  • 7/6/2011
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  • Size: ( 47900 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I bought my 2010 Nissan Titan with these tires, and they have made me vow NEVER to own Goodyear tires again, even if it means not purchasing a vehicle that I would otherwise buy. In six months, I have had five flats, all of which were directly related to poor manufacturing and ridiculously low treadwear: having worked as a tire builder for several years, I learned to recognize a "treadblow" defect, and I know what it looks like when radial cords fail to overlap and cause weak spots in the tread of a tire. However, the local Goodyear rep offered nothing more than a 10% discount on replacing tires that were clearly worn through to the point that they literally wore holes in the tires: first at around 11,000 miles, then four more times including yesterday's flat at 29,770 miles. Yes, I drive a lot. But I've never driven a tire that provides such poor reliability in good conditions. I drove my previous truc k (on Pirelli Scorpions), doing the same job in the same conditions, over 200,000 miles without ever mounting the spare. My other two vehicles drive in the same places as this truck, yet ONLY this vehicle and these tires bless me with the reliable entertainment of changing flats once a month. I paid the 90% replacement charge for the first tire. Never again. Never, ever again. I'll stick to the ones that got me there and back every time. All that said, these tires ARE good in snow, rain, and on dry pavement. I haven't had any serious noise issues, but I usually drive with my stereo at around 90dB, so tire noise is not a factor. the sidewalls are VERY soft: more like what I'd want to put on a '74 Chrysler Newport to keep it riding like a sofa at 90 mph. I fear that the soft sidewalls are probably indicative of a design that simply is not built for a full-size pickup. That would be consistent with the treadwear problems I'm having.
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