So i accidentally bought a new to me 2016 GMC 1500 6.2 crew cab truck. It specs 275 55 20 tires, came with LT265/60/20 Michelin LTX on it. Problem? previous owner ran low air pressure and wore the shoulders a bit, centers still at like 7/32. I will use the old blemished wheels and LT tires for a custom light trailer project; and have purchased some brand new take off 20x9 GMC wheels of identical design. So i need to buy some new tires to go with the new wheels. Goals are that it be a luxury vehicle, light offroad use, be able to put the power to the ground. I admit to being Michelin biased and my current idea is to get the 305 50 20 LTX M/S since it features 116H rating and a 70k warranty. Like they will last 70k on a 420hp truck! I don't really want to go any taller than 32.5" or so since i would likely have to lift the truck and after buying the thing there is no money for that anytime soon. I currently have no heavy towing plans but it is an NHT; rated to 11,700. Sure it would be best to select an LT rated tire if i was going to tow a lot. However, once you go LT rated you have to run more air for the same carrying capacity and thus a worse ride. This thing is my luxury car, sports car, 6 person mover, and SUV all in one vehicle. I want to save the weight by going P rated and enjoy lower inflation pressures. These GM wheels are already 40lb each so a 43 lb tire sounds nicer than some of the 50+lb LT rated sizes. Truck will not likely see more than 10k a year, but i still don't mind paying for michelin don't care if they rot before wearing out, i'l just buy some more. Tires are very important to me. Is there anything better you guys can think of for this mostly street truck? Will probably make the buy at discount tire labor day sale.