No, don't do it. We're talking "real truck" tires here, not pickup and car tires. Real truck tires come in four flavors:
1. Steer axle only
2. Drive axle only
3. Trailer axle only
4. All position
All position tires, as a rule, cost a lot more than tires made for a specific axle. But they are available. And Michelin doesn't even offer steer axle tires. They expect you to mount an all-position tire on the front axle.
You need size 225/70R19.5.
Yes steer tires wear out a lot faster than drive tires, especially when you have singles on the front and duals on the rear.
In the Continental brand, the HSR is a steer axle only tire, and the HDR is a drive axle only tire. If you want the same tire front and rear then you have to find an "all position" tire.
But a quick look at both Michelin and Toyo all-position tires doesn't show any with an agressive tread. For Michelin, the only ones that qualify for your steer axle are the XRV and XZE, and both of those are close to a highway rib tread.
Michelin Americas Truck Tires
And Toyo doesn't want your business.
I couldn't fine any all-position tires in the size you need at:
Toyo Tires - allpositions
However, they do have a similar size, 8R19.5 in their M120Z tread.
TireRack has only two brands in size 225/70R19.5. Both the front and rear Contis, and the all-position Michelin XRV. The Michelin costs a lot
more than the Contis.
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