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Old 05-13-2012
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whitch tire?

good year wrangler radial($82) firestone winterforce($95) firestone destionation a/t($125)
currently have winterforces havent had a prob but there a snow tire want something more all terrain
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I would personally stay away from firestone tires.
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I think you mean which*
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Well, it sounds like that you have already ruled out the winterforce since they are winter tires! I'd personally say that rather than considering the two you mentioned in your post, try Cooper Discoverer H/T. they are cheaper than the destinations and better & longer lasting! If you wanna do some research, go here: Cooper Tires
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check out the falken wildpeaks. i have them, love them. best tires ive used. (ive had 8 different sets in 2 years, i like to go bigger alot)
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i went with uniroyal liberators A/t for 100 at walmart with a ten percent employee discount
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I think you mean which*
That is the only reason I opened this lol. I thought it was going to be about some tire that seemed to be rolling back home after he dumped them off at the junk yard.

OP: I'd suggest some General Grabber AT2's
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Too late now, but the Liberator A/Ts are known for dry rotting. The Wrangler Radial isn't a bad tire, but personally I'd prefer the Destination A/T, just because I use my tires like they're name states lol
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BFG AT will wear like steel…

Watch your Load Rating, “C” max.
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ha thanks for every ones input. least if i have any problem with them under 40,000 miles or something like that wal mart will replace or prorate news ones as long as it wasnt tire abuse
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Meh....the Toyo Open Country A/Ts I had on my Dakota were supposed to be "prorated". Hardly lasted 20k. Would've costed $250 per tire after the price adjustment. Shoulda gone with the Wrangler Authority A/Ts! Haha. Beastly *** tire, and decently priced too!
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