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Old 12-15-2008
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Firestone M/T's...

Does anyone have firestone M/T's? I found a brand new set for a really good deal and was just wondering how they do in rain, snow, mud, everything really.

Here are the ratings they got online:
Street - 4 Stars
Sand - 3.5 Stars
Rock - 3.5 Stars
Mud - 3.5 Stars
Snow - 4 Stars
Trail - 3.5 Stars

Any help would be good.
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Old 12-15-2008
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...then's that's how good they are in those conditions online. The real world will prove different. lol
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They were an awsome tire on my buddies cherokee... Not only did it go everywhere he pointed it... They have 60,000 + miles on them... Gettin down to almost done tread wise but was an awsome tire. If I'd find a set for a good price... They'd be on my pile in a heartbeat.
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Old 12-16-2008
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If you mean the Firestone Destination M/T's then they are pretty amaizing, I had them on my tj and could make it through much of the trails and mud in 4x2 and throw it in 4x4 for the real mud pits, but they are amaizing in mud and on the trails, they constantly clean themselves out while slingin mud. But they are not so good in the rain on pavement, I have slid a couple times in the rain with no excessive force on the brakes. They are good in snow, in a big snow storm last year the highway was all backed up people sliding everywhere, I threw it in 4x4 and cuised around them on the side lol it was awesome. Sick tire though, very aggressive appearance too.
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Old 12-16-2008
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I have them on my truck now, absoloutley love them! I've had them almost a year and they look brand new.
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