Originally Posted by Polymerhead
I have almost 25k on my P-series Dynapros and they still look really good. Curious what PSI you're running? I'm running toward the top end - between 36 and 38 psi, and rotate every 10k miles. Any thoughts on what your low mileage is attributed to?
ETA - I saw elsewhere you run about what I do, so it's not the pressure...odd.
Most driving around town and highway... no burn-outs or many curvy roads medium to no load in truck (except on the rare camping trips). Beach driving in Baja is the only place I run the tires real low, and that isn't very much.
I have never gotten a lot of miles out of tires, but I also don't wait until they're bald to change them... The Dynapros are at 35 psi, and I originally ran them at 38-40 psi... but they were wearing too much in the center (I posted my chalk test). They are at 30,000 miles now and they could go another 5,000 miles.
I changed my Toyo Open Country AT tires at 35,000... My Cooper Discoverer ATRs also wore the same... My Cooper Discoverer STTs lasted 40,000-45,000... Pep Boys Dakotas lasted 25,000... on my first Tacoma... and BFG Rugged Fails were replaced at 20,000 on my last two Tacomas.