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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-02-2013, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Firestone Destination LE2s

Has anyone had good luck on their Commander with these? This is the tire I'm leaning towards after reading reviews on tire rack.com. Any input is appreciated.

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I haven't used the le2's yet but they are great tires. If you do a lot of highway driving then u'll love them.
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I have them on mine right now. no complaints here and priced right. Prob put about 25k on them but they are going away soon for a lift and bigger treads.
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I am also looking at these tires. I currently have the Michelin Latitude Tour HP's. I loved them at first. Fuel mileage was decent, road noise minimal, traction excellent in all conditions. Cant say much about ice though since I don't drive when it is icy. But hard packed snow, wet and slushy environments were just fine. No hydroplaning either.

However, they are about 3 years old now with just around 50k miles on them and they are really weather cracked along the tread line on the sidewall. I recently found a few nails in the tires. So instead of wasting any time or money with plugging them I plan to just buy new tires. I drive a lot on the highway. about 70 miles a day.

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