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Firestone Destination M-T
Firestone Destination M-T
  • Price Range:  USD $184.99 to $432.99
    All Season

    The Destination M/T is the first Firestone light truck tire with exclusive UNI-T technology to advance wet handling and braking. With deep skid lugs, 3 body ply construction, over-the-shoulder tread/lug design and our special Rim Gaurd Off-Road Protector Rib, the Destination M/T is as tough and durable as it looks.

    • Innovative Tire Design method improves handling in wet or dry conditions and reduces irregular treadwear by combining the ideal tread design, casing shape, materials and construction.
    • Innovative Compound - L.L. Carbon utilizes a special form of molecular re-engineered carbon black, a key factor in improving tire wear while enhancing wet performance.
    • Rim Guard Off-Road Proctector Rib helps protect the tire by deflecting off-road debris from between the tire bead and rim area, keeping the lower sidewall stiffer and making the bead fit tighter to the rim.
    • Dura-Loc 3.0 is a unique high-strength tie-in construction, combining 3 full polyester body plies, 2 high-tensile steel cord belts and a full spiral-wrapped nylon cap ply for outstanding resistance to on- and off-highway hazards.
    • Pinned for studs for extra grip in winter conditions.

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    Destination M-T
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    Overall: 5.0  
  • 5/14/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R16 ( 93322 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Great tire for Illinois. Great in wet weather. Excellent in snow and mud. I can safely drive in 2 wheel drive in the winter with these. I also got 58000 on my last set and I never rotated them. They do hum and they will pick up gravel in the lugs and fling it but oh well. Heres to my next set. 1998 Chevy K1500 Z71. 285/75/16R on stock rims.
    Overall: 5.0  
  • 3/9/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R16 (1997 Chevrolet K2500 Suburban 4 Dr Sport Utility LT with 80 KM of Tire Wear )
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    We just put these tires on yesterday and talked my wife into a little wheelin to try em out. First please ignore the snow and tread wear bars as I had to put something down. There is no snow and we barely have 40 miles on them but this I can tell you. We purchased the Destination MT after careful selection and tone of review reading. We have found, that besides looking terrific, its road characteristics are excellent even at highway speeds. I have always run BFG TA/KO's because of how they wear and handle in most conditons, but what turned me off to the BFG's was that once they are half way down on tread, they suffer greatly in the mud and snow The Destination makes you feel like you are riding on a cushion of confidence. I know that may sound weird but that is the only way I can explain it. There is so much tread that it separates you from the road but without sacrificing the intimacy you must have to off-road confidently. We took it up some very steep grades on severely rutted and rocky roads up to Mt. Union Prescott, AZ. We never had to engage the front diff. We didn't even spin! I inspected and there were no missing lugs or tread damage of any kind. I will write more after this monsoons around Aug during archery deer this year and tell you how they did in mud. As far as I am concerned these tires rock and were worth the money
    Overall: 5.0  
  • 11/21/2013
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  • Size: 265/70R17 (2007 Jeep Wrangler X With Rubber Valve Stems with 38000 KM of Tire Wear )
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    Overall: 5.0  
  • 9/25/2013
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  • Size: 285/75R16 ( 64360 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Extreme (Racetrack style racing)
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    2000 Ford f350 4x4 4door 7.3 285/75/16 just put 40,00 miles on them these tires have been to hell and back on my truck and no matter what i throw at them rain on hwy at 75mph mud up to rims with truck full of firewood up to top of cab and 3 plus feet of snow blizzard in Ct never got stuck once on unplowed roads just getting ready for next set if you dont mind some road noise i would recomend these tires if you want to get where your going no matter the conditions
    Overall: 4.9  
  • 8/29/2013
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  • Size: 265/70R17 (2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4wd Crew Cab with 40000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Hands down the best truck tire I have ever owned. I use this tire in the Oil Fields of North Dakota. My company truck is always loaded to capacity so that really ate up the tread on the rears, but that is to be expected. Not once did I get stuck in the snow or ice. I put 40,000 miles on this set in 9 months, and the wear bars are almost even with the tread. Up here in the Badlands, scoria is king for off road paving. Which is a sharp jagged rock. I've only had 2 punctures in the tread, that resulted in a slow leak, I think that is saying something. The road noise can definitely be a detractor, but there has to be tradeoffs somewhere. I will say my avg digital fuel economy dropped from 14.7mpg to around 11mpg, with all around driving on the Duramax Diesel. I think due to the high rolling resistance, another tradeoff. As far comfort if you are creeping ahead slowly in traffic you can feel each rubber knob make contact with the pavement through the steering wheel. Feels like a caterpiller with tank treads. This tire is king.
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