I have 52,865 miles on my stock Rubicon tires. They are probably good for another 3-5000 miles before they're toast. I keep them balanced/rotated (every 5k miles) and the pressure at 32-35 psi. My only issue is they balance fine on the machine, and still feel out of balance on the road. I have the jeep aligned every 10,000 miles or so (its due again) and the tires still show some uneven tread wear and tread block chop. Oh, well. They are due for an upgrade sometime next year. Another issue is if I run a higher air pressure to even out the tread wear, the tires are so hard they pick up every bump and pebble in the road. its like being on the inside of a vibrator.
I scored 5 Sahara (18" rim) stock tires and rims for $400. One tire was the spare and never on the ground. The others have (supposedly) 4500 miles on them. I just had them installed as they appear to be much better road tires than the BFGs. I'll be trying them out on my next road trip this weekend into next week which should put another 1000 miles on the jeep. I have several road trips coming up in the next two months that'll add another 5K miles so I'll have a good comparison between the two.
2007 Rubicon, Graystone, Auto, Dual, Power, Tow,GENTEX autodim mirror,COOL TECH antenna mount&exhaust,CIBIE,HELLA TPMS,AEM CAI, Fuel Door, Grab Handles,Tuffy,Thule,Olympic,HESCO Supercharger, HID, RR XHD FB w/stinger,DRAKE hoodlatch with locks
1972 C104 Commando - Bone stock