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When i bought my truck 2 years ago it had LE tires on it. Sense then the inside driver tire has been bold and my alignment is off and i'm tired of driving it like that.

I was looking to buy the LE2 tires just because it has the LEs on it. But i looking at the Hanook Optimo H724 are cheaper.

What would be better for my Frontier?

225/70-15 on it. Wounding if 225/70-17 would fit.
 

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Lots of good tires out there, but first, determine what kind of driving you do. Mostly off-road or mostly on-road? Half and half? That can help you go in the right direction. For me I need about a 70% on-road tire as even though I have 4X4 I don't use it much, I tend to rack up highway miles pulling a cargo trailer...
 

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First off, find out 'why' you have such uneven tire wear BEFORE investing in new tires. You may need more than an alignment.

I used Firestone for many years on my Gen 1 and received excellent service. Before basically committing to them, make sure your preferred Firestone has a decent reputation. I had opted in on Lifetime tire rotation/balancing, alignment & shocks. For shocks, will recommend stepping up to better quality than lower tier brands/quality. Over the 150,000 miles they serviced my truck, I KNOW I got MORE than my money's worth. As far as those Destination LE2s, I get the impression they won't give you the advertised miles...so ask them about their treadlife warranty. Otherwise, I like using Tirerack's subjective consumer ratings as a useful guide.

As much as I like Discount Tire, their lack of offering alignments is strangely disheartening.
 

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When i bought my truck 2 years ago it had LE tires on it. Sense then the inside driver tire has been bold and my alignment is off and i'm tired of driving it like that.

I was looking to buy the LE2 tires just because it has the LEs on it. But i looking at the Hanook Optimo H724 are cheaper.

What would be better for my Frontier?

225/70-15 on it. Wounding if 225/70-17 would fit.
As mentioned there are many solid tires to fit your truck. Which one is right for you depends on your driving conditions and what you are looking for in your next tires.

Going to a 225/70R-17 would be too big for your vehicle. Here is a link to our tire size calculator so you can see the difference in size. Just plug in the two sizes:


Tire Size Calculator | Discount Tire Direct

Please let us know if we can help.
 
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