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Old 11-07-2017, 02:37 PM
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Old 11-08-2017, 05:27 PM   #2
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looks gnarly. Those have been getting some good reviews.

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Anybody else running these? How do you guys seem to like them?
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Anybody else running these? How do you guys seem to like them?
I have these tires in 315 70 17 and I like them very much. I have about 11K miles on them and I would buy them again. They where cheaper than BFG KM2 and Cooper SST's.
I run them on rocky dessert trails and freeway.
I'll shoot a video and post it.
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Please do! I am looking at these and the new BFG KM3's... I am curious about the difference between them and wish someone would make a comparison test video between them!
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I have these Destination MT2 tires in the stock 255/75/17 tire size, and I love them! Much better than the old Goodrich MTs, esp in wet / slippery conditions (full depth siping). They seem to be wearing great so far, have almost 20k miles on them already. And they did do a comparison (video below) between them and the BF Goodrich KM2s. The KM3s are basically the same tire as the KM2 with just the addition of the sidewall from the Goodrich BF KO2s. Hardly revolutionary, the KM2s tread pattern was mediocre at best, and you can see in the video how they get blown away by the Firestone MT2s.

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My thoughts on the MT2
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My thoughts on the MT2
https://youtu.be/QtcGbS_Tq4g
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https://youtu.be/0d4ejp3guDA
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Has anyone driven these tires though a winter yet? I'm really leaning towards these, but I can't seem to find enough info/reviews on winter handling. Either way though, from what I have found, it sounds like these will handle snow and ice better than my stock Dueler AT's.
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If you are concerned about winter/snow conditions, get a mountain/snowflake rated tire, not a mud tire. The extreme winter tires include Blizzak, Haakapelliita, Cooper true north, etc. There are also dual purpose winter rated (mountain/snowflake) tires also suitable for off-road including Falken Wildpeak AT3W, Duratrac, Kumho AT51, Nitto Exo Grappler, Cooper Discoverer ATW, etc.

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