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These tires came factory on my Silverado. I now have 36,000 miles on them still 6/32 remaining but I need to replace because if it’s raining i am constantly spinning tires and sliding in corners. I will never buy these tires
Tires that came on truck. Replaced with same. Handling cornerning and wear have all been fantastic. These are only 60k tires people. Im putting on another set. Fk the wear, I want control.
These tires were on vehicle when I purchased it. I have over 90,000 km no issues, I flip these tires for my winter ones. I will have to purchase new tires in next few months. I have always used Michelins, may consider purchasing them as next replacement. These tires are quiet, and provide a smooth ride.
Tires came with the truck brand new. At 40,000 miles tires are bald. Do not buy these tires if travelling a lot of highway miles.
My Bridgestone Dueler HT tires has 55K miles in them, and they are rotated at every oil change. At 35K the tires had limited tread; at 50K... The tires were worn out. I tried the Michelin Permier LTX and notice a major difference in ride quality; very smooth ride and handles very well on wet roads.
Tread was worn down to nothing after 50000km. Worst tire I've ever seen.
The tries have been very good with 60K+ on them now. I had a front end problem which caused a wear issue but it was not the tire, they have been very good.
Shot after only 30K miles and yes, they were rotated normally.
These came factory on my Tundra and went bald at around 35k miles. I drive conservatively and mostly highway. Unacceptable.
My first set wore out at less than 50.000 km. Now the second set is cracking and less than 45.000. Will never buy a set again. Will try Dunlop next.
The biggest issue I had was the hydroplaning with these tires and the steering response. As well the tires only lasted to 70000km