: How well are your tires holding up?



Quicksilver08
03-26-08, 12:46 PM
Im at about 23k miles and its about time to change those tires, how well are everyone else's holding up? BTW i went to the dealer for pricing and he offered me $199 a tire. Good deal?

hcvone
03-26-08, 01:08 PM
You running the 18" Bridgestones? My 18" Revo's (winter tires) have 16k on the older truck and 8k on the newer trucks tires, they are both good for 1-2 more years. I have two sets of stock 22's and both have less than 6k on them, and I have two new sets of 24's with 0 miles on them. Tire rack lasts them for $177 each plus S&H probably cost you $190 shipped, you may want to check a tire shop, or even buy them from E-Bay, I have seen them new on E-Bay for $100.00 each from time to time. :)

TSS
03-26-08, 02:02 PM
My stock 18s have about 8K miles on them and are wearing great. I hope they will last the the end of my lease - approx. 32K miles, and I think they will.

Palomar9
03-26-08, 04:37 PM
I have about 11,000 miles on the 22" Bridgestones and they still look new. I tend to get my money's worth out of a set of tires...

BMBSALES
03-26-08, 11:19 PM
my 22's are wearing like iron. measured tread at 25k, and it was about halfway gone. i take them in the snow, rain, and drive on beach...all w/o any problems. i'm buying them again, and i don't say that often about stock tires.

Quicksilver08
03-27-08, 12:18 PM
i have the 22's

hcvone
03-27-08, 12:50 PM
The 22's are $183.00 on tire rack and probably $15.00 S&H, so the dealer is not that far off, you still may want to check a few local tires stores in case someone is having a sale. :)

xmanpro
03-28-08, 08:02 PM
stock 22's with 20k miles and still look good... at least GM didnt go cheap on them tires!