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Truck tires, how many miles to you expect?

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Sage Hen

I've been getting my best mileage per dollar with Toyo's I started using them when I noticed that Idaho Power and Idaho Fish and Game all run them.

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mister grouse

Suburbans and Yukons since '83. Mich 's on all of them  60k-80k miles average

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JWP58

I've got about 20k miles on my Hankook atm's and they look almost new. I need to get them rotated though. And I have a nissan frontier.

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smalliesonthefly

I've been on a set of the General Grabber AT2's for almost 85k, but they are getting reeely thin. A rwd Colorado, mostly highway, with gravel and sand forest roads thrown in. I'm going to try the Hankook Dynapro ATM's next, I'm hoping the profile will be a little quieter, and the treadwear rating is almost as good.

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Windrider
5 hours ago, JWP58 said:

I've got about 20k miles on my Hankook atm's and they look almost new. I need to get them rotated though. And I have a nissan frontier.

I have a set of Hankook Dynapro ATMs on an Xterra with 25k.  They get replaced Saturday.  If hunting season wasn't coming up they would see another 5k, but that's it.

 

I think the summer heat really burns tires off during the Texas summers.  Especially tires with a softer composition.

 

I will say that I much prefer BFG AT or GY Duratrac to these.

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JWP58
1 hour ago, Windrider said:

I have a set of Hankook Dynapro ATMs on an Xterra with 25k.  They get replaced Saturday.  If hunting season wasn't coming up they would see another 5k, but that's it.

 

I think the summer heat really burns tires off during the Texas summers.  Especially tires with a softer composition.

 

I will say that I much prefer BFG AT or GY Duratrac to these.

 

I plan on switching to Duratrac's next go 'round (and a little taller), but I don't have any complaints so far. As good as my previous Cooper AT3's. But that is subject to change.

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