I only got 44,000 out of my last set of All terrains, with regular rotates. Tried the hancooks this time, seem to be good so far, super quiet and decent in fairly nasty stuff. Theres only accouple options for the 285-18's and they are all stupid expensive.
BFG all terrain. I have a set on my 93 bronco that have 68k and they are just now getting close to the wear bars. Gonna keep running them and see how far they will go.
Put a set of 285 BFG all terrains on my 3/4 ton Cummins last year, still have pieces of the little tit things showing, so no wear so far. Before that I had a set of Nitto terra grapplers, they sucked azz, slicked over, and went bald at 19k miles. I will never ever buy Nitto for a 3/4 ton truck again.
Nitto TRAIL GRAPPLE M/T 295/55/20 best lasting tire I HAVE ever ran..Its a mud grip but not to bad on noise..I will get over 60k out of them, but I rotate them every 2 oil changes and I drive about 65-85 k a year..I have 58K on them right now..THEY AINT CHEAP.
Dunlop Rover M/T..... I am right at the 1st rotation so I don't really know how well they are going to wear. Noise isn't bad at all and pretty good traction in mud, snow, and water.... My old truck I ran Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ's.... Those tires are the best I ever had... at 45000 miles they still looked new.... The only reason why I didn't go with them again is because they decided that they were real proud of them and the price showed!...
BFG all terrains have got to be the ugliest damn tire made. Not sure if that matters to you but they wont find their way on my ride. I have toyo M/T's now and theyre ok on the road, not near as bad as other M/T's ive had. Dad has nitto terra on his and theyre quieter than my toyos by a good amount and hes gotten good life from them. The Pro Comp Extreme A/T's are a little pricey but they will be my next set of rubber