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Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac vs. Firestone Destination MT2

Author: Alexi Rafferty

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Alexi Rafferty

Alexi is a Copywriter at Enthusiast Enterprises, she got her degree in Marketing at UW-Stout. She drives a lifted 2008 Toyota Tacoma and a 2007 Nissan 350Z. If she isn't at work or in the garage you can find her binge-watching Netflix shows with a glass of wine and her dog Sox. Buying and modifying vehicles started as a fun, family activity and now it has consumed her life and her wallet.

December 24, 2020



Today we are putting two tires head to head. The Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac and the Firestone Destination MT2. Both have been giving fantastic ratings and both are seen on many different builds and in many different locations. So which one is better for you? 

If you want to know the difference between a mud-tire and an all-terrain tire check out this guide here





Table of Contents

  1. Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac

    1. Performance and Design

    2. Price

    3. Pros

    4. Cons

  2. Firestone Destination MT2

    1. Performance and Design

    2. Price

    3. Pros

    4. Cons


Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac


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Performance and Design


Goodyear Tires Logo


To start we will begin with the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac. We will be going over the design, performance, and price of this tire as well as for the Destination MT2. The design of the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac is an All-Terrain Tire design. This means that it is an acceptable tire for on and off-road driving. It will be quieter on highways than a mud tire and it will be less aggressive than a mud tire too.

The tread is made for traction in mud, snow, and on-road no matter what the conditions. It has a 2-ply sidewall. It is severe snow certified as well. It has self-cleaning shoulder blocks that will clean tread of debris and this will enhance off-road traction in dirt, gravel, and mud.


Gallery Photo of Goodyear Wrangler Duratec


It is important to note that the Wrangler Duratrac is not optimized for hardcore off-roading but it is a really great choice for the off-roading weekend warrior. On top of that, it has the ability for hauling and all sorts of on-road driving as well. It is offered in a variety of sizes. 


Goodyear Wrangler Duratec




The price for this tire is a little up there in comparison to other All-Terrain Tires. The price is dependent based on the size that you are looking for, but overall these are at a more premium price than others. Ranging from $992 at the lowest price and $4,676 at the highest price for a set. These are definitely a really great tire, but it is up to you if that price is a worthy investment for you.


Photos of Goodyear Wrangler Duratec Tire


Along with this tire, you will get a 50,000-mile warranty on these tires and a limited replacement warranty if you happen to damage one. 


Goodyear Wrangler Duratec Tire



  • Long-lasting tread

  • Very comfortable ride

  • Great off-road traction

  • Great snow traction

  • All-year use


Goodyear tire on a truck



  • Louder on-road than other all-terrains

  • Only a 2-ply sidewall

  • Pricey

  • Not as good in mud as a mud-tire


Goodyear Duratec Wrangler Tire


Firestone Destination MT2


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Performance and Design


The Firestone Destination MT2 is a Mud-Terrain Tire. This means that it is specifically designed to go off-road. It is not optimized for on-road driving. It will be loud on highways and have a  far more aggressive design than the Wrangler Duratrac. They look really cool and exciting with their huge tread blocks, biting edges, and deep tread voids. All of these design choices are to optimize traction off-road, eject mud and stones, and of course to keep you safe.


Firestone Tires Logo


These tires will also be made of a softer compound than the Wrangler Duratrac. This means that it will grip onto the rough off-road terrain. Even though it is a soft compound that does not mean that it isn’t a tough tire though. It is resistant to chips and tears with a multi-layer compound. These tires are also great in all weather conditions too. You can get this tire in a variety of sizes though more are offered from the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac.  


Firestone Destination MT2 Tire




These tires also come in at a more premium price. Though this higher price tag is not uncommon among Mud-Terrain Tires, they generally tend to cost a little more. These range from $980 to $2,024 for a set.


Firestone Destination MT2 Tire


With these tires, you can get a 90-day buy and try guarantee, where you will have 90-days to try the tire out and if it is not satisfactory, Firestone will refund or replace them, no questions asked. 


Firestone Destination MT2 Tire



  • Great traction in all off-road terrain

  • Looks unique
  • Great traction in wet and dry weather

  • 3-ply sidewall

  • Long-lasting tread

  • Drives well on-road for a mud tire


Firestone Desination MT2



  • Not as great in deep and thick mud than other mud tires

  • Loud on-road

  • Less sizing options

  • Pricey

  • Not snow-rated


Firestone Destination MT2 Tire

So which one is better? Well, ultimately that is up to you. It depends on what you are looking for. If you are a true off-roading enthusiast and use your truck off of the road more than you do on-road, then look at the Firestone Destination MT2. However, if you drive your truck day to day or drive it more on the road than off the road, then look into the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac. 









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