I don't know much about alignments, but how often are you rotating your tires? If you rotate your tires every 3,000 miles, you will get a lot better mileage out of your tires. Not that you don't know this (but I'll say it anyways), your front tires, being that they are the steering tires, tend to wear out faster because they do the majority of the work for the vehicle (IE: turning movements). Further they take up the brunt of the force when you brake (Weight transfer). Not to mention, off road tires tend to wear out faster because the tread lugs are spaced out more. Hope this helps you out!
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