Goodyear Wrangler Authority Tire 31X10.50R15LT Customer Ratings

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Goodyear Wrangler Authority 31x10.5x15

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  • After reading lots of internet reviews on different forums, I thought I'd give the WalMart exclusive Goodyear Wrangler Authority tires a try on my 2000 Blazer ZR2. Initially I was fairly impressed with the tires, WalMart's TLE leaves a lot to be desired though. After waiting 3 hours and missing my afternoon class, they finally got to my truck. An hour more the truck had 5 new tires, including the spare. The total came to $969 including road hazard. While doing some work on the truck, I noticed the right front tire had a ton of weight on the backside, and there were weights straight across from other weights. Needless to say I took the truck back to WalMart and complained. This made me question the balance of the remaining tires. I took the truck to a "real" tire shop to have all of the tires rebalanced. All of the tires had 2-2.5 ounces too much weight. Fast forward a few weeks, I had the tires swapped over to another set of wheels by another "real" tire shop. Once again the tires will not balance without a ton of weight. One tire had 6.75 ounces on the backside, after turning it on the wheel 3 times, they got it down to 5 ounces on the backside. Back to WalMart I went. After arguing with the idiot behind the counter for 30 mins (I worked at a tire shop for 2 years), I finally spoke to the department manager. After explaining my dissatisfaction with these tires I spent almost a grand on, he finally agreed to take them back. The Blazer is going in for a set of BFG All Terrain's tomorrow.

    We just got dumped on in N.E Ohio with about 7in of white stuff my newly purchased Goodyear Wrangler Authority tires handled great. I would suggest them to anyone thinking about buying them , as I'm sure they will do just as good in the mud .

  • Hi there, I am running (using) 31x10.50r15 Goodyear Wrangler Authority tires. Purchased from Wal-Mart and they are a.... SUPER tire! In-expensive and couldn't ask for more! $133 a tire anywhere outside of Canada, its $183 a tire in Canada, which came out to $729.39 campared to over $1000 for Duratracs which have less tread and are heavier and dont last as long!

    265/75/17's or 32x10.50's.? You sure you got the goodyear wrangler authority a/t's? The largest you can get them is in a 31x10.5 Up here in IDAHO everything is larger! Yes I'm sure; I bought them and installed them. If you don't believe me look at my photo's! Oh I almost forgot; that's the largest YOU can get them in, they come in larger sizes for others.

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    I went from a set of BFG A/Ts to a set of these 31x10.50R15 Goodyear Wrangler Authority A/Ts last fall. They have been performing superbly for me. They did excellent in the February 2010 snowstorm here in Ohio, as I was able to fly through 15+ inches of snow without a problem. They perform well in thick mud and clean out quickly. I don't do any rock crawling, but while off-roading I have driven up steep rocky inclines on ATV trails without much slipping at all. They do well on pavement for daily driving, but they get rather loud when driving over 50 mph. I guess my only complaint is their thinner sidewalls compared to the BFGs, but I haven't punctured them yet (knock on wood). I got a sidewall puncture in one of my BFGs once. The tread still looks near new after over a year of driving on and off the road. I'd have to guess maybe they've been through at least 10,000 miles.

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Hi there, I am running (using) 31x10.50r15 Goodyear Wrangler Authority tires. Purchased from Wal-Mart and they are a.... SUPER tire! In-expensive and couldn't ask for more! $133 a tire anywhere outside of Canada, its $183 a tire in Canada, which came out to $729.39 campared to over $1000 for Duratracs which have less tread and are heavier and dont last as long!