Thats what I had Duravis 773. Had them in Connecticut, frequently snowed in the winter. Had decent traction in the snow(in 4x4),drove through some pretty deep stuff in the drive and yard prior to plowing(door high). Not so good in the mud. Had to use 4x4 in the muddy yard to pull out a 18ft car hauler loaded pretty well with a 454ss half ton and some odds and ends. On a really muddy day I had to use 4x4 just to turn around(talk about disappointed in the traction). I would say they gave a pretty decent ride on the road(245/75/16's). Put 44,000K (at least 15000k pulling a trailer) on them before I moved to the Bridgestone Revo's E rated. Probably would have got some more mileage on them but skipped some rotations. Noticed when pulling alot it really made them wear faster. Thats just my side of the coin.heymccall;1593276; said:Odds are it is a Bridgestone Duravis 773. Not very good for Mud or Snow because it has a closed tread design at the shoulder. Looks just like a firestone Steeltex A/T.