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post #1 of 7 Old 03-27-2011, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Firestone Destination M/T's any good??

My firestone transforce A/T's have about worn out. Local shop here has a set of firestone destination M/T's they said they would get me a good deal on. They're 265's, my truck has 235's on it now. Anybody have any experience with these? I sure do like the looks of them, and they look like they'd be good off road. Thanks!!

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One of my vendors at work had them on his F250.

He drove 50/50 on/off road.

Said he loved them except for the rainy days (very skiddish on wet roads).

He totalled the truck when a woman pulled out in front of him and still had them on the truck. They wore like iron!

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ya uncles gotem on hes 01 damn good. hard to find in a e rated around here.
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10-4 that's what I needed to know. Thanks for the help. I kind of figured they'd be dicey on a wet road, but this thing is mainly my weekend ride. I had bfg m/t's on it right after the factory tires and they weren't worth a hoot in the rain. Thanks!!!!

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great tires. Went through several sets on my 04 2500HD and an 01 z71. Wearing great on our work truck 06 F-350. Highly recommend.

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they bite hard in dirt had them for my last set and for on the farm i never had a problem pullin out the full kilbros wagons out of a wet fielt just kinda noisy on the road but its an MT lol

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they bite hard in dirt had them for my last set and for on the farm i never had a problem pullin out the full kilbros wagons out of a wet fielt just kinda noisy on the road but its an MT lol
Good deal. I'm used to things being noisy.

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