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Mileage on Bridgestone Dueler ATs? (22")


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Just wondering what kind of mileage you guys are seeing on Bridgestone Dueler AT tires?  I have the 22" wheel version and already have both the green and red tread indicators showing up on all four tires.  I only have just over 24,000 miles and would expect them to last at least twice as long.  I've also have had tire rotations at the recommended intervals as well.  Based on the reviews of this tire it looks like this may be somewhat common.  What kind of mileage are you guys getting on these tires before having to replace?  

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If you mean the AT RH-S, OEM tire, I'm about to replace mine at a little over 40,000 miles. Might get 42,000 out of them. I have the 18's, but I would think they would provide the same amount of miles regardless of size. Mine have been rotated every 5,000 miles since new, almost all road miles.

 

Hope that helps.

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Just hit 19000 miles on  my truck, and they are becoming pretty bad in the rain. Hope to see 40000 miles, that is when we replaced the Dueler H/L's on our Tahoe, not much tread left at that mileage. 

 

They seem to be typical OEM tires with a very short life span.

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5 minutes ago, BringTheRain403 said:

Yes I agree they are very sketchy in the rain when they begin to wear down...

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Yea, trying to get any traction takes a talented right foot, on wet roads from a complete stop.

Always have to remember to give myself a little more space when merging, or entering moving traffic.

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Yeah I've been noticing the tires don't grip very well on wet roads lately either.  I was planning to switch to a bigger tire anyways but was planning on waiting until the spring.  It's pretty ridiculous to not even get close to 40,000 miles out of these. 

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My '19 5.3l /8 speed came with Dealer installed 22" wheels and 50R275 Bridgestone Alenza 5 ply tires, Handling is great, at 3K too early to see any wear, mileage is 19+ mpg mixed and if you can believe that stupid DIC 25.4 mpg highway.

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A few years back when I worked for a shop in town we installed tons of the 275/55/20's and the 285/45/22's Dueler Alezna Plus tires on Tahoe/Burbans/Yukon/Escalades.

 

I believe at this time Bridgestone was bragging about them being a 70,000 or 80,000 mile tire. Now I will say that was possible if all you did was freeway only with nearly zero city driving. We'd have a few customers reach that mark but the majority of the soccer mom SUV's would hit about 50,000 miles before we'd suggest new ones.

 

Also keep in mind that on factory installed tires from GM or whoever, their tires more often than not come with less tread depth than a new non OEM tire purchased at discount tire/Tires Plus, Goodyear, Costco etc etc. If auto manufacturers can cut the tread depth by 1 or 2/32nds per tire for millions of tires, they will save a ton of money in the process.

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6 minutes ago, CamGTP said:

A few years back when I worked for a shop in town we installed tons of the 275/55/20's and the 285/45/22's Dueler Alezna Plus tires on Tahoe/Burbans/Yukon/Escalades.

 

I believe at this time Bridgestone was bragging about them being a 70,000 or 80,000 mile tire. Now I will say that was possible if all you did was freeway only with nearly zero city driving. We'd have a few customers reach that mark but the majority of the soccer mom SUV's would hit about 50,000 miles before we'd suggest new ones.

 

Also keep in mind that on factory installed tires from GM or whoever, their tires more often than not come with less tread depth than a new non OEM tire purchased at discount tire/Tires Plus, Goodyear, Costco etc etc. If auto manufacturers can cut the tread depth by 1 or 2/32nds per tire for millions of tires, they will save a ton of money in the process.

That would explain a lot about the tires that came with my truck.....

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