These tires came stock on my 2014 Tundra. Great dry traction, good enough in the rain to stay safe, (unless I punch the gas pedal of course). I will say that these tires never hydroplaned, even with the major thunderstorms we've had here in north Texas recently. I have exactly 30,000 miles on the truck and they're still at 4/32nds. Not horrible, not great. I could probably get another 5-8K, but I'd rather be safe. Also, I rotate every 5K and these are perfectly even across all tire treads.
These tires came stock on my brand new 2014 Toyota Tundra. Worst tires I have ever owned for any vehicle. They are worn out at 23K miles.
Traction when new was pretty good, but at 10K miles, I needed to use 4WD to drive up my lawn when it was wet with dew (no, I'm not kidding).
Bridgestone should be sued over these. Very, very poor.
After 10K miles, the tires begin to become very mushy in inclement weather, and at 23K miles, they are completely worn out and outright dangerous.
I do not trust Bridgestone as a brand after experiencing these tires. I mean, they have to know about all the complaints, right?