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So here i sit torn between tires.

2013 MGM DC TRD Rock Warrior
Bilstein 6112 with CB shims
Bilstein 5160 rear
CB +3 shackles
CB bearing drop
Diff drop
Total chaos uniball upper control arms.
315/70R17 Cooper STT Pro

Truck has been setup like that since april 2016 and 41k. Truck now has 88k. I got some serious good life out of that rubber. However I'm not sure if the stealership had my alignment slightly off or what the deal was but I got some unusual wearing of alternating inside tread blocks. Anyways I've pushed these bad boys to the max mileage wise and its time to replace.

My wife drives the truck more than I do these days since I got a take home work truck (2012 ram 3500 DRW megacab diesel). When we had our son we sold the wifes car and shes been DD the tundra. So I was contemplating ditching the STT Pro and getting the st maxx or another aggressive at tire. Honestly I just love the way the mods look but I she would appreciate a little quieter tire.

Now I have the st maxx on my ram and they have been good for the last 10k. They arent as ooolalala looking as the pros but I can get over it. Will they last longer? One can hope. Now I notice the st maxx is a d rate tire instead of an e. Will I be losing anything besides a.small amount of sidewall strength?

Opinions and suggestions are appreciated. Trying to get her new shoes in the next week.

  1. Note offroading for me these days is beach riding on vacation, farm fields, logging roads and forestry roads ni in the mountains during hunting season. Maybe a few river/ creek crossings mixed in. I dont go looking for mud holes like in my youth.

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If you need offroad performance, the ST Maxx's are the right tires for you. They have strong sidewalls. If you do a lot of highway driving aside from off-roading, I recommend Falken Wildpeaks. These falken tires are quiet on pavement.
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