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i'm close to 13,000 miles on the truck now... and just wondering how long these tires (that came with the Titan LE) would last?

and if i were to swap them for new one's... which all season tires are the best in the market right now?
 

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This is just my $0.02, but I would swap them with Bridgestone A/T Revos (particularly if you live where there is snow). The on road ride isn't bad for an A/T tire, and the traction is much improved over the Goodyears. Michelin Silent Armors are also good.
 

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i'm close to 13,000 miles on the truck now... and just wondering how long these tires (that came with the Titan LE) would last?

and if i were to swap them for new one's... which all season tires are the best in the market right now?
On my 2004 SE they lasted 22,000 miles. On my 2006 LE I am currently at 18,000, and they look like they might make it to 25,000, but no more.
 

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All depends on how you take of them......

I have seen some with 32,000

My rears died at 16,000(smoked the tires "once" too often):rofl:
 

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They don't last long at all. I've not been very impressed with any tires that Goodyear sells, aside from the Wrangler MTR.

The Bridgestone A/T Revo seems to be a great choice. There are countless members who have switched to those and I've yet to see even one complaint about them.
 

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I've got almost 32K on mine. They look like they will make it to 40K without any problems.
 

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I got to about 42k before I switched them out. I actually shredded the side wall on one, ordered three new ones and swapped out the spare for the shredded one. My spare now has the best of the three that was left. It has around 4/32nds of tread left on it. I ended up going with the same tires as replacements (Walmart for 130 each). So I got over 40k and got into new ones for around $400. Of course, the old ones only lasted me 1.5 years. I do all sorts of traveling for work. Right now, I am at 64k miles and have only had the truck for 29 months. I think next time I will go with another tire brand though. This set doesn't seem to be wearing as well as the first. I have one tire that is 2/3nds from reaching the wear bars and only in the middle of the tread (no, it isn't over or underinflated and it has taken a stint at every corner of the vehicle so far).
 

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The SRA's are junk!! I only got 31500 and they were completely bald. I rotate every 6000 also any am easy with the accelerator most of the time.
 

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At 27k, I still have a fair amount of tread left. I think they'll go past 35k pretty easily. I will NOT put SRA's on it at replacement time though. I HATE these tires. Soft sidewall, horrible in the rain....
 

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I have almost 33,000 on mine right now. When I hit the 10,000 mile mark I would have sworn there would have been no way I would have made it to 20,000 miles. Now it seems like they are wearing much better and I anticipate making it to at least the 40,000 mile mark. I will definitely put something besides Goodyear on it next time though!
 

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im at about 50K and still with the stock tires.
but the need to be changed out badly, not much tread left.
 

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it depends on how you drive them, but also it can be pretty random. there are a lot of great choices to go to after those, however. if you are lookig at a highway all-season tire, the yoko g051, firestone destination le, bs dueler hl alenza and goodyear triple treads are great. for an on/off road all terrain, the bs dueler at revos, bfg at ta ko, firestone destination ats are all great as well
 

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my 2004 has the original OEMs and I'm just about to hit 30K - I don't drive much other than normal everyday driving, so nothing to tear them up and make them wear more, but they are showing signs of overinflation which is odd considering I watch the psi pretty closely

I'm eyeing revos for my next tires - no more SRAs on this truck considering how piss poor these are and not even at 30K miles.....tires should last ALOT longer than this.
 

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31,000 here and easly another 15,000 miles left on them
 

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25k right now and i think they'll make it another 10k. I'll prolly switch before next winter.
 

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ive got 24,000 now, and im looking into buying a new set. i was wantign the BFG allterrain, but they dont seem to make them in the "18

Yes they do...285/65/R18 AND a 305...
 
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