Got 20k on my sneakers and they look like they have 60k on them and drive like they have a 100k on them! That's light driving, no dirt roads, no heavy towing, no jobsites, just driving. They are junk and can't wait to replace them.
2k miles on my Badyear tires, and already thinking about peeling them off. :smiledown: I'd love to try a set of those Cooper Zeon LTZ, but doesn't looks like you can get white outlined which I think look pretty sharp on my Sport. I've had balance problems, vibration problems, and pretty convinced some sort of radial runout problem. Waiting to see if Chrysler is gonna do something for me before I drop $1200 on new sneakers which is cheaper than what I'd probably lose on trade for a new truck.:4-dontknow:
I had 38,000 miles on the stock good for a years when I replaced them. They were pretty well worn, maybe could have got 5,000-10,000 miles max more out of them. I will say that I have much more traction now with new tires(well they have over 15,000 miles on them now but still look new). With the stock tires if I floored it they would just spin, now it's difficult to break them loose.
My tires had 40,000 miles on them,
cupping on the right front tire always
dealer would only do a front to rear rotation, tires did NOT have a rotational arrow, they should have used the X pattern rotation
tires were starting to wear fast, i would have needed replacement at 60,000 miles
at 17,655. the fronts wore unevenly, im assuming because of the tie rod recall. been itching to get new tires but cant see just getting rid of these til there worn out. BFG's are the way to go but been looking at the GENERAL's with the red lettering. in time...