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I am on my 3rd set of the Michelin AT/2s. I have bought take offs from the dealer. Usually around $1000 for a set of four with rims, I sell the rims for $400-$500 and I've got new tires for $500-$600 for the 275-65-20s. I can't buy a replacement tire from a tire dealer for that price.
I got 28,000 miles from the first set with some serious towing. The second set ran 45,000 miles but had more highway mileage in that set. The 3rd set is at 30,000 and still has 6/32 of tread left. So they will probably hit that 35,000 mile number before I swap them out.
On my 6.0L trucks I tried, Cooper, Conti, Goodyear, and Toyo. None of them gave me more than 30,000 miles of use for an AT. So I think the Michelins are doing as well as any of the previous brands I've tried on Superduty trucks. These are heavy trucks with a lot of torque.
2015 F350 CC SRW LWB Lariat, Leveled, BAKflip, Ultra Predator wheels with Toyo A/T 295/65R20, Firestone Airbags and onboard compressor
2011 F350 CC SRW LWB Lariat - Gone
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