Not sure how many know, but in April, I finally bought my rims and tires for my truck. Couple of months later, the rear tires started chunking and the lugs were breaking off - and no, it wasn't because of burnouts!
Front tires seemed to be fine. After many weeks working with Mickey Thompson, Desert Rat and Fletcher's, the rear tires were replaced under pro-rated warranty. Now, a month later, my passenger front tire is having problems and it appears that every other groove that the lugs don't even touch the ground! I'm finished with these Mickey Thompson's!
Fletcher's is willing to give me full credit ($600) for the rears and pro-rated credit ($368) for the fronts. Since I tow my 5er toy hauler (~12k), I was looking to keep the "E" range tires and the 33" size. Oh and I don't ever want Mud Terrain's again, so I was looking at the Nitto Terra Grapplers (put them on the wife's 02 Ram 1500 and love 'em!), but they don't have an E tire in my size. The D's are rated at 3,000 lbs, while the E's are rated at 3,600 lbs.
Now for the question - Do I go with the Nitto's in the "D" range or keep looking? The ProComp Xtreme AT's are available in my size and are "E" but they are directional; should I look at those? Thanks for your input!