Pickup Tire Reviews: Hard Working Trucks Light Truck (LT) Tire Tests
Every hard working truck will need new tires sooner or later.
When you use a pickup truck for work, the miles rack up quickly and the tires take a beating as they are subjected to a variety of road and driving conditions.
The typical pickup tire’s life in the working world is about 45,000 miles.
Mud and similar “traction” tires have a shorter life cycle, while “street/highway” tires have a longer tread life.
RELATED: CHOOSING THE RIGHT TIRES
But all tires wear out.
That’s why the staff of Hard Working Trucks does tire reviews; we give you our take on the newest tires (and wheels) to help make your buying decision a little easier.
If you missed our tire reviews, or are looking for new treads for you work truck, check out these tire tests:
- BFGoodrich T/A KM2 (Mud)
- BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A (All-Terrain)
- Bridgestone Blizzak W965 (Snow/Ice)
- Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ (All-Terrain)
- Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ (Mud)
- Cooper Discoverer HT3 (Street)
- Cooper Discoverer M+S (Snow/Ice)
- Cooper Discoverer S/T MAXX (Mud)
- Dick Cepek Mud Country (Mud)
- Dick Cepek Fun Country II (All-Terrain)
- Falken WildPeak A/T (All-Terrain)
- Firestone Destination LE II (Street)
- Firestone Destination MT (Mud)
- Firestone Transforce HT (Street)
- General Grabber Red Letter (All-Terrain)
- Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac (Street)
- Goodyear Wrangler SR-A (Street)
- Hankook iPike RW II (Snow/Ice)
- Nitto Trail Grappler MT (Mud)
- Nokian Hakkapeliitta LT (Snow/Ice)
- Toyo Open Country (All-Terrain)
- Toyo M55 (All-Season)