My truck came with a set of Goodyear Wrangers (not sure what model specifically but the tread wasn't all that aggressive). Those didn't even last 3 years. I replaced those with a set of BFG All-Terrain T/As. They looked good and wore evenly but they wore down quickly; I don't think they made it quite three years. After those, I got some Yokohama Geolandar AT-Ss. Again, great looking tire but they didn't wear evenly. After those, I got some Bridgestone Dueler A/Ts. These are my favorite set of tires - but the most expensive. They look the best (of the 3 I have mentioned) and wore perfectly. I had these tires for four years and just this past September I put a fresh set on my truck. Whatever you do OP, stay away from Falken Rocky Mountains. They look good when they are brand new but with just a little bit of wear, they look like absolute junk. They are pretty dang heavy too for what they are.