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I have over 65,000 miles on these tires, could probably keep them on longer, but am planning a cross country trip. Can't say I have ever had tires hold up this well (primarily highway/commute but some woods/backwoods, definite snow and ice). Great value for prices.
OEM tires still in use with 58,000 total miles and 5,000 hauling heavy loads or pulling a 5th wheel trailer across country. 6 years no issues.
SO FAR I LOVE THE TIRES. I WOULD PURCHASE A SET OF THEM AGAIN!
The shop threw these on my '03 Jeep Wrangler. Great Tire.
The only reason I needed to replace the front tires sooner than the rear was due to misalignment. The the edges wore down before the center of the tread did. I still have the rear tires and they have almost 60,000 miles on them and I could easily get another 20,000 miles out of the tread. Mud and snow traction is excellent and there is very little road noise from the tread design.
These tires have lasted over 45K miles! Regular rotation every 7-9K and they never cupped or wore unevenly - amazing. It is time to replace them - and selection is easy. These worked great in snow, but of course as the tread get thinner, so does the ability to get the best traction.
These tires are a great tire for a Ford off-road/road vehicle.
I've had Wrangler A/T on other vehicles, lighter load range and was NOT impressed. I was disappointed when I bought my truck in 2005 and they had these load range E Wranglers on them but gave them a shot. I replaced them at 49,000 miles and could have gotten another 10k out of them. Chance has it that I found these on sale and I got another set. I'm now at 115,000 and still have 5/32 left and am starting to look for a new set. They've worn very well and were rotated every 7,500 mi. They've been a solid and quiet performer. I'd buy again, especially if I can catch them on sale.