Originally Posted by TheSasks
Our 2011 V-Lite came with Duro's and we took it over 6000km on one trip last summer with no issues at all. They are nitrogen filled so the pressure stays pretty much the same hot or cold. I also carry a digital temp gun and monitor all the tires on the truck and trailer at every stop and they all stayed within a few degrees of each other. I would not get over excited about having Duro's as I have had more issues with my Goodyear Marathon's than these Duro's. The important thing is to keep under 65mph and always have proper inflation.
Appreciate you sharing your experience with the Duro's, John. I am hopeful that my experience will be the same as yours, however the Duro's reputation is concerning, so I must admit I was a little disappointed yesterday. I even mentioned to the tech that did our PDI that we got the worst tires possible, and he smiled and didn't disagree.
Only time will tell I guess, and it's good to know that there are some folks who have been trouble-free. I usally drive between 60-62, so I will definitely be taking it easy. I will still be looking to put on a set of Maxxis sooner rather than later.
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