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|Firestone Destination A/T||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.64|
1992 Dodge Dakota 2wd
|Miles driven on tires:||15,000|
Initial Review, 15,000 Miles on Tires
I purchased the tires in June 2009 and went with the P rating instead of the LT's. Looking back I would have preferred the LT's for better stability when pulling my trailer. This was my fault for not wanting to spend the extra money, you get what you pay far as the saying goes. I pulled a 24' pontoon boat from Akron, OH to Lake Cumberland, KY and never felt unsafe. It would not have been as "wiggly" in the corners that's all. I've backed trailers up a hill in wet grass and the tires didn't slip as long as I didn't overdo it. They have performed as good as the reviews I used on this site to make the purchase. I've only driven the truck in the snow one time and they performed well. I would recommend them to anyone considering them. My other consideration was the Bridgestone Dueler but they were quite a bit more money for what I was using the truck for.