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Old 09-03-2008, 06:55 AM   #1
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TRDsport stock tire life-how long?

im just curious to kno whats the expected average life (in miles) for the bridgestone tires that came stock on the trd sprt tacomas.
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Old 09-03-2008, 07:06 AM   #2
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my guess is anywhere between 35-55k depending on how you treat them. thats been my experience with other oem equipped bridgestones on other vehicles, onlyl difference being the size... i dont see why these would be any different.
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Depends on your roads and your driving. Only run mine April-Nov (have snow tires). My Dueler H/T's are at 4/32's with 24K. Done by Thanksgiving change over. I'm sure on smoother southern roads they'd last longer.
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i got 37,000 on mine right now. probably gonna change them after 40,000... but i still got a good amount of thread on them still... if u rotate every 5k then u should be good for a bit
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56,000 miles on mine so far and looks like they will go to 60,000 or a little more.
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Old 09-04-2008, 07:26 PM   #6
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When I get my TRD sport I'm changing the stock tires. I hate them. They're not good at gripping the road and I expected it to do better when it comes to gripping especially if Toyota is selling a truck with sport pkg.
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just be glad you dont have the "rugged fails"!!! mine were shot at 23k...even after religiously checking/adjusting the air and rotating and balancing every 5k!!!
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Here are some other opinions; not to good.

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....+H%2FT+D684+II
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yeah i was just asking cause i only have 10800 miles on them right now. and they have lost a lot of tread. probally another 10,000 and they're done. i drive a lot of city and long highway(L.A to S.D) drives on a bi-weekly basis. i guess u can consider my driving habits servere considering the fact that i have a lead foot and love goin over 70 on the high way, and rapid acceleration.

whats a good tire replacement for the stock tires taking in mind my "un-economical driving habits" ? i think imma walk away from bridgestone after these tires. looking for tires with a smooth quiet ride with a super long tread life. dont plan on going off road.
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yeah i was just asking cause i only have 10800 miles on them right now. and they have lost a lot of tread. probally another 10,000 and they're done. i drive a lot of city and long highway(L.A to S.D) drives on a bi-weekly basis. i guess u can consider my driving habits servere considering the fact that i have a lead foot and love goin over 70 on the high way, and rapid acceleration.

whats a good tire replacement for the stock tires taking in mind my "un-economical driving habits" ? i think imma walk away from bridgestone after these tires. looking for tires with a smooth quiet ride with a super long tread life. dont plan on going off road.
actually, the bridgestone dueler a/t revo's are some awesome tires, but probably not gonna last a real long time. im gonna say probably the pirelli scorpion at/r, bridgestone dueler revo,, firestone destination a/t, goodyear wrangler wrangler silent armor are good a/t tires, and if you are wanting more of a street tire..........michelin makes some awesome tires, like the ltx m/s, and cooper makes some great street and offroad tires. just basically depends on what kinda tire you want.
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20300 Miles on my Bridgestones and still look good
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