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Just got my new truck less than a week ago and was curious as to what kind of mileage y'all have been experiencing with the factory Goodyear Wrangler tires that comes stock on most new F150s. Mine are the P275/65R18 . I am a pretty conservative driver...pretty easy on the starts and stops. But I do live in a fairly curvy area.
I know there is no concrete answer...but just curious as to what the average might be.
2013 Green Gem F150 XLT 4x4 SCrew, 302A package, off road package.
Mine lasted less than 30k km. lots of tread left separated on face of tires . Have more than 30k km. on new ones ( Hankook LT 's ) still look like new and more stable towing than the ones that came with the truck
I had the exact same tire from the factory. I got 28K out of them. When I got them replaced, the guy at Discount Tire told me that they had been seeing a lot of them coming in with under 30k on them. I replaced them with a set of BFG All Terrains. Only got 45k out of those. Next were BFG Rugged Terrains. Got 60K out of those. Now on my second set of Rugged Terrains.