TV Tire Life?
I've got 22k miles on the stock tires (Goodyear Wrangler Trailrunner AT M+S LT275/65R20) on my 2020 GMC Sierra 3500HD AT4. Hauling my Airstream accounts for about 75% of these miles. 65mph is top speed while towing, and I'm not really an aggressive driver with the truck when not towing. As soon as the kids are out of school later this month, we'll hit the road for another 4,000 mile camping adventure. I'm already down to 5/32, so I expect I shall need to replace my TV tires at after this trip. I've searched the forum, but I haven't found any recent threads for my questions:
For you 2020+ GM HD truck owners, what kind of mileage are you getting out of the stock rubber? As a point of reference, I was getting about 40k between tire changes on my 2015 GMC 2500HD (Goodyear Wrangler LT265/60R20/E).
For anyone else running LT tires, what tires do you pefer...and why? I don't care about tire aesthetics, and most of my trailering is on highways and byways. I would be fooling myself to think that AT4 is an off-road capable truck, so I don't need hardcore off-road tires...but they need to be competent for light off-road adventures and trailering. I'm not particularly loyal to any brand or manufacturer. I'm interested in mileage life expectancy and performance; cost is only a secondary constraint.
2021 Classic 33
2020 GMC 3500HD Duramax AT4