Got the truck to my favorite home town tire store today, they installed 4 Michelin Defender LTS M/S tires and checked the front end alignment. The truck had developed a pretty significant pull to the left following my most recent tire rotation about 5,000 miles ago, the problem only manifested following the tire rotation. I had a feeling that something was off with one of my tires and that was causing the pull and not an alignment issue since I didn't have an issue before the most recent rotation. Well that suspicion was confirmed today. Caster and camber were both still dead in spec, left side was toed out a tiny bit and was just outside the spec by 0.010" the tech brought toe back in spec and test drove the truck prior to the tires going on, it still had a pronounced pull to the left. New tires went on, pull is gone. So far with all 6 miles on the new tires I'm happy with my choice. They're significantly quieter than the Goodyear Wrangler Radials they replaced, they're not nearly as aggressive so I expected this. We will see how they perform off road tomorrow as I'm heading off on an 80 ish mile trip through the woods from Marquette out to the northwest, this will not be their strong suit nor are they designed for this but we'll see how they do. Otherwise nothing new to report other than my alignment guy said the ball joints and all the steering components still get two thumbs up for continued service at 319,972 miles. My only thought was I wish someone still built new cars this well! More updates to come!