Look up Michelin LTX M/S2 if you don't do off road and want a tire that lasts and lasts. Cost is a little more than some other tires, but will outlast them.
I just took some off my 2006 Dodge as they were as old as the truck and developing dry rot cracks! I bought the truck used and do not know if they were the original tires. They had about 1/2 tread left at 73500 miles on the truck when I bought it. I tried to wear them out with hard acceleration and even burnouts. I had 90,000 miles on the truck when I changed to the tires I had already purchased - another brand LT tire for my previous tow vehicle, which is the same size as the Dodge, so I kept them when I traded my last truck for the Dodge. I prefer the ride quality of the Michelin tires and the wear (or lack of) as I did NOT rotate them for 16,500 miles.
I WILL be going back to the Michelins as I got better mileage with them, better ride, great on road traction wet and dry, and do not 4 wheel but do use 4 wheel drive if needed.
Bob and sometimes - Nina - a Staffordshire Terrier/a SPOILED pit and her kitty Spaz
2006 Dodge SLT 2500 4x4 Cummins Quad Cab w/AT and 3.73
2007 Salem Sport LE 26FBSRV (TH) w/ my Victory Motorcycle in it or a EZ GO Shuttle cart.