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Tire wear

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I bought an 09 Silverado in April and had the tires rotated at the end of July. After rotating them, there was a loud vibration sound coming from the front. I took it in yesterday to get it looked at and it was just that the tires were worn differently. It is going to be $978 to replace the tires and balance and all of that junk with the Bridgeston Dueler A/T. My question is will they eventually wear themselves back to where there isn't any vibration? I have driven on them since the July rotation and it almost sounds like it has gotten worse. Any suggestions for new tires that are better for highway driving? Any suggestions on what I should do? Thanks!
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Balancing has no effect on noise from the tires. Balancing will only resolve a vibration issue. I'm not a fan of the Dueler series of tires, unless they are the Revo Duelers. Stock Duelers are junk imo. I'd definitely go with a brand name tire when I get some new ones. If you go to a place like Goodyear or a Michelin dealer, definitely go to a corporate store, they will have a national warranty, as opposed to a franchise store, which will only have a local warranty.
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