It costs a fortune to rotate dually tires and if alignment is correct it has almost zero payback.
My current truck is my first dually. I thought that when I bought it that I would just rotate the tires from side to side & made up my mind that I would probably replace the front tires before replacing the rear tires. Eventually,I realized that I wouldn’t wear out the rear tires before they got too old to be safe (Discount Tire recommends replacing tires when they are 6 years old even if the tread isn’t worn out) so I just rotated the front tires from side to side & left the rear tires alone. I am replacing all 6 tires next week & will likely rotate like this in the future.
‘Not saying that everyone should do this, but it works for me & it’s just what I do because I don’t put that many miles on my truck.
2013 F-350 Lariat 6.7 L PSD Crew Cab Dually, FX4, white platinum metalic tri-coat with black interior, N-Fab step bars, factory spray-in bedliner and 5th wheel hitch, trailer tow package, integrated brake controller, upfitter switches, Sync with My Ford Touch, memory group, remote start, reverse sensing with rear view camera, nav, satillite radio, Weather Tech floor mats, limited slip diff, moon roof, climate controlled seats, engine block heater and tailgate step.
2014 Lifestyle (formerly Carriage) 5th wheel 38' long with 3 slides & all the goodies.
SOLD: 2005 F-350 Lariat, 6.0 PSD, Torqueshift auto trans, crew cab, SRW, short box, FX4, ESOF, limited slip dif., tow command, upfitter switches, 6 CD changer, Lariat Lux. package, camper package, engine block heater, triple A-pillar gauge set (Autometer) with pyrometer, trans temp & voltmeter, MBRP 4" cat back exhaust w/5" dual wall chrome tip, dark shadow gray/ med. flint interior.