Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives?
12-23-2021, (Subject: Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives? ) 
Post: #28
RE: Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives?
I run mine at 110psi... when mine were new, I had the same type of wear, though it was not as much wear that i I see most trucks do. As time went on, it got less and less as the lugs got shorter. - I'll take the better fuel mileage from 110psi any day of the week. I get 450k miles out of a set of drives, so I ignored it.


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05-14-2022, (Subject: Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives? ) 
Post: #29
RE: Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives?
Since fuel MPG is a hot topic currently, just thought I'd report to those who may considering the M713. The previous posts on this thread will give you the thoughts on the tire since I purchased nearly a year ago.

Tires still doing very well, and after nearly 90k (just as Rawze mentioned about his experience with the M710's) these are finally providing the mpg numbers I was used to. Consistent high 8's with a few 9.0 fill ups. Very happy so far with how these are turning out.
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05-15-2022, (Subject: Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives? ) 
Post: #30
RE: Michelin XDA Energy or Bridgestone M713 drives?
I have Michelin X-line Energy D (which have since been superseded by the X-line energy D+)
That were either the lowest or next lowest compared to the M710's. Yokohama TY517's are good too. I had Roadmaster RM852EM that were pretty good but didn't have them long enough to make a honest recommendation, besides the price if you're in a pinch..
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