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What are the groups impressions of Good Year Trailrunner tires?

 

Our shop mechanics say that is why Good Year tires are called Good Year...……"They are Good for one Year"! 

 

I have had a  few types of GY tires over the years but no Trailrunners.

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I have always hated Goodyear tires.  I've never had a set that was good.

 

That being said, I kind of like the Fortitude HT tires that came on my 2018.  Granted I only have 7,500 miles on them.  They have good dry traction, good wet traction and are very quiet.  These tires have started to change my mind about Goodyear tires.  We'll see how they do as they start to wear.

 

As far as the Trailrunner AT, they seem to have very good reviews on TireRack, ranked 6th in their category.  

 

TireRack Trailrunner AT

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The TrailRunner Tires are coming on some of the 2019 T1 Silverado and Sierra 4x4s

You might bounce over to the 2019 Section and check with some of the T1 owners there.

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Thanks Guys!

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Well I went with the Duratracs. They seem very good. I am happy with them. 

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