Reviewed by YarsRevenge
Originally bought a set for my 2005 Doge 1500 and put 20,000 miles on them. Recently bought a 2013 Dodge 1500 and put the Michelins on the new truck and the Good Years on the old truck. Had the warranty transfer from the old truck to the new and still have 50,000 miles warranty left. Most tires I have had barely lasted 30,000 miles and I expect to have the full 70,000. Great traction in the wet and the dry, low noise, long lasting. Even though I have 20,000 miles on the tires they have more tread left than most new tires. The tires are stable when pulling a trailer and considering I towed with the Good Years, the Michelin tires gave me almost 2 mpg increase in gas mileage. Yes, it is an expensive tire, but in this case you get what you pay for and they are worth every cent!
Reviewed by Washburnite
All the usual superlatives can be re-hashed about Michelin quality, but if you are looking for a tire of this brand and size they don't come available anywhere at under $280 apiece. Walmart sold them at $229 each. That was a total savings of $204 out of my pocket. I am well-pleased.
Reviewed by RVingforChrist
I purchased these tires 6 months ago and put on my 2006Dodge 2500 diesel 4x4. They are excellent tires. I've put 12,000 miles on them so far and they still look like new. I rotated them every 5,000. They are smooth riding, noisefree, and grip well. I've used the truck to pull tractors out of ditches, my fifth wheel RV and jeeps out of the woods. Never had any problems of slippage. I've recently purchased a 2008 Dodge Ram 3500 Mega Cab Dually. It has General Ameritrac tires on it. 52,000 miles and the tires are needing replacement. I will be buying 6 new Michelins LT235/80R17E soon. I will be pulling my 15000lb fifth wheel trailer with it. If you buy these tires put the recommended air pressure that is on your drivers door placard. It makes for a smooth and economical ride. If towing a heavy load put 80PSI in them. Thats what I do.
Reviewed by DannyJaxFla
Back some years ago I purchased a used 2002 F-250 Super cab 4X4. it came with these tires. In the past I would always buy the cheapest tires, even used sometimes. After driving on them until they needed to be replaced I replaced them with the same. We then purchased a second F-250 super cab 4X2 with the V-10. There was a little shimmy in the front and the Goodyears were showing signs some tread life left but I replaced the two most worn with Michelin LTX M/S2 tires and put them on the front and the shimmy stopped. The tires cost a lot more than I am used to paying but I just remember the performance of the ones that came on my 4X4 and pay the extra. My wife does not use these on her mini van but then she does not hall around a camper inside the back of it like we do inside the F-250s.
Reviewed by Rainbow
I know little about vehicle servicing and even less about tires. When told on a routine service that I would need new tires before my upcoming inspection, I turned to the online sites I've come to respect for no-nonsense advice for people like me. I found that Michelin were highly rated by both experts and purchasers. I then learned that the OEM tires for my particular vehicle were Michelin (not what was on the vehicle by the time I purchased it). And finally I learned that, contrary to expectation, Michelin were reasonably priced. I found Michelins that fit my vehicle and matched my driving habits/weather: the LTX M/S2. I then read online reviews about this particular tire. Confident, I bought them. I've now been driving on them for four months and can honestly say that I notice the difference in the sound and handling of the vehicle (especially in the rain). I would highly recommend these tires to anyone who's looking to check all the boxes of quality, performance and affordability.
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