You can easily get 60,000 miles out of the BFG AT KO's with normal care.
I really like the look of MT tires but I don't plan on going off road except when necessary. So I guess AT tires would be the way to go.^^^^ Been reading about people having issues with the BFGs after 20k, going out of round, cant balance etc, no idea if its true. But the biggest part you left out is are you wanting a AT, MT tire etc?? Basically all the nittos will give you that milage aslong as you rotate them and stay on top of your alignment etc, also there sister company toyo
I agree with that. I don't do but nuts anymore. Damn tires cost too much.I found alot of mixed reviews when buying my tires last september... But what alot of the negative views dont tell is their driving style, "ya I only got 20,000 miles out of them" what he didnt write is that he was burning out at the costco parking hoods up club every sunday....... if all the bad reviews are consistent enough with each then I would listen to them, if its just a bunch of people saying these tires suck for no given reason I would pay a whole lot of attention
A lot of people will quote the Maggnuson/Moss (spelling?) warranty act, which basically says that the dealer has to prove an aftermarket part caused a failure. However, dealers have a lot of say in what is and what isn't covered. You have some dealers selling new trucks with full suspension lifts and superchargers and some that threaten to void your warranty if you go up one tire size. When I purchased my Wrangler, my dealer agreed to buy and install my lift kit as part of the deal as well as buy back my OEM tires/wheels so I could install larger aftermarket items. Best advise is to ask YOUR dealer. If you don't like the answer, tell them you are going to take your business elsewhere.
But the whole idea of the lift has to be a Mopar part and they have to install it is complete BS. If that was true dealers could void your warranty if you do your own oil change and use a Puralator or K&N oil filte!