Go with the same tires you have. Only get the AT, instead of the HT. Very happy with my Firestone TransForce AT tires. I"ve run Michelin for years. I don"t know what has changed, but you can not Give me a set of Michelin tires now. They turned out to be the worse tires I"ve ever run on a truck. The wear is poor. The traction is very poor.
Re: truck tires in reply to oliver power, 02-11-2014 00:25:00
My truck had Michellins on it when I bought it, 97 F350 7.3l diesel, crew cab.
Tire store where we do business doesn't carry Michellins and suggested the Bridgestone Duravis. Even though the catalog says they are the right tire for the truck, they have been trouble and hard as a rock.
When they wear out, I'll get the same type of Michellins that were on the truck before.
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