I'm at 35,000 kms/22,000 miles and I have 4-5/32nds left to the wear bars. I rotate once a year. If we would have done a summer camping trip this year they would already be done - and I would have better tires for this upcoming winter.Ditto. I'm at 25k miles on my 2018 and just yesterday I'm looking at these things in amazement. I rotate every 6-8k miles, depending on how my schedule allows. And before this, I had owned a used 2015 2500. Bought it with 33k miles on it and the original tires were at the wear bars. So I would have to agree that the stock Firestones wear faster than expected.
Where in the world did you hear that???OEM tires are made for the new vehicle manufacturer’s specifically for looks and not longevity. They are not the same tires you’ll buy, same brand, from the tire store. Components are different.
I have 33,000 on my original transforce tires with one rotation and they still have plenty of life left in them. Granted they aren't the finest tires but I really don't see why most everyone complains about them.....
AT's or HT's?My Transforce’s wore out quickly too. Rears were done after a rotation. I think at barely over 20k no tread left.
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Ive read it and been told it. And only got 10,500 miles out of my OEM 285/60R20 Firestone Piece of Crap Transforce AT’s as living, down to the wear bars, proof.Where in the world did you hear that???
Just not a possibility, no tire manufacturer would take on the liability for anything like that.
And, as I stated in my above post, my original firestone HT's went over 80K.
As matter of fact, the next set of tires I put on my truck, were some more firestone HT's that were new take-offs from another RAM, and they made it to 80K too.
Now, the firestone AT's do seem to wear out pretty quickly, and that is probably due to a different rubber compound as well as the tread pattern, but they are no different than the same tire you buy at the tire store.
Probably a little, but the sipes has JUST started disappearing, fronts weren’t far behind. The Rockies, 800 ft lbs and the exhaust brake doesn’t help the rear.Must be some hard driving especially if you rears wear out so fast. Due to an accident I had two replaced. But the factory tires went 50K miles, the last 27K miles the rears were never rotated. The front tires that got replaced had 27K miles on them and looked almost new.
As for traction, they are the worst.
Tires are a consumable. No warranty they told me. I rotated them @ 5,000.I think your only hope of getting anything from the dealer (besides maybe a "we're sorry" discount on a new set) is if they are completely shot before 12,000 miles and it's covered under the bumper-to-bumper warranty. I'm pretty sure OEM tires aren't covered by the same mileage warranty as you'd get if you bought them from a shop.