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Any problem stuffing 5 265/70R17s in the back of a 4Door Bronco?

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Trying out the new Duratrac RTs tomorrow (285/75R17)

I think I'm good putting the all the originals in the back, figured I'd check here and hopefully save some driving around.

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Thanks. Thought I'd seen something but came up short on the search.
 

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Nope did it with my 4 door. Lay the back seats down throw an old blanket.
 
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what do the new ones weigh at that size? I can't find it listed anywhere.
I had found something on a non-US site and they indicated= little more than the regulars (3 ply sidewall), so I'm guessing about 65 lbs. I'll try to get a number later today. Goodyear just told me 50.48 lbs, must be having math issues this AM.

Australian video about differences between the Duratrac and the RT



Weight discussion at 8:20

I'd been looking at the Falken AT3W, but these popped up and figured I'd give them a try. I liked my F250 Duratracs.
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