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This is the third set that I have had on my truck. Each set has had 80,000 miles on them before needing to be replaced. The ride is quiet, the traction is great in all conditions and the handling is exactly what you want in a tire.
I have 90,000 miles on these original tires and still have life left in them. Will buy a new set before Winter. They have performed well in all types of weather. I rotate them every time I get an oil change and I make sure the appropriate air is in them at all times so this has probably prolonged these beyond any warranty. Love them and highly recommend them.
These were OEM on the truck. Have 65000 miles and still have tread. Rains a lot here so I am purchasing a new set soon. If I were in dry country I would wait to put a new set on, but with the heavy rains I prefer more tread. At least 50000 miles have been pulling Triton 21 foot bass boat. I fish 2-3 times every week year around. This includes dirt, muddy roads encountered during fishing/hunting. In 45 years driving 4x4s this is the longest tread life I've ever had. This includes Toyo, Michelin, BFG, Goodyear, Mickey Thompson, etc. Best tire I've ever had!!!
These tires were original equipment on this truck and I got over 63,000 miles from them, so I decided to get them again. They feel great.
I bought these tires for my ford F-150. Didn't show this option. Tires looked very good when I got there to pick up my truck.
Overall opinion of these tires is that they are good.
The only thing this tire does well is age gracefully. I've still got about 30% tread and have just had to begin looking for new tires after spending 4 years with my Wrangler and racking up 60,000 miles. However, there are many areas where this tire does poorly. For instance, they lose grip quite easily in water and snow. I have nearly taken out the neighbor's mailbox due to overconfidence in the ability of the tires the first season that we saw snow together. When it comes to stability, they are OK and not much more. And despite their mediocre performance, they love to call attention to themselves! For example, at only about 30MPH and taking a left turn onto a two way street, these tires will screech as if it were an action movie. That may just be the Wrangler's dynamics but one thing I am certain of (from too much experience) is that these tires are not great in rain. The tires often lose traction and slip during slow turns up-hill in moderate rainfall. All in all, they'll get you from A to B and for the size of tire, are comparatively inexpensive. But if you're looking to be blown away by your next tire purchase, keep looking.
Pretty good tire that comes stock on Jeep Wrangler. I wish Goodyear Duratrac was available in stock size. But still a good tire!