Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
I definately recommend them. They need to be run at a little higher PSI seeing as though they are a 6 ply. The recommended pressure for the Commander is 35 PSI (cold), but these Dura Trac tires have a max pressure of 50 PSI... which is higher then the average tire. If you run the 35PSI, it is a very soft ride and the tires look underinflated, resulting in the vehicle being sloppy. However, I am running 38 PSI and find it a very good ride. I do feel a little sloppiness still and am thinking about putting the tire pressure up to 40-42 PSI range. This will harden the sidewalls for better handling on pavement... if I go off road, I would put it back down to 35-38 PSI for the added tread footprint.
In the end, I will say it again... they are an amazing tire, that looks very good!
2006 Jeep Commander, 4.7L V8, QTII, 2" Rough Country lift, 265/70/17 Goodyear DuraTrac, 1.5" SpiderTrax spacers, Magnaflow exhaust, HD locking Jeep utility bars, Jeep rubber floor mats/cargo liner, Viper 2-way starter/alarm, Pioneer AVH-P5000DVD, Infinity Kappa Series speakers all around, NGK Iridium plugs... "Go Fast" stickers.
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