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I replaced the original Goodyear withe a set of Firestone Destinations. I was immedeately impressed with the quiet ride. The first thre days that I had them, we had a lot of rain and the tires never missed a beat. They did not spin on start up like the Goodyear. The "Stones have a nice looking tread pattern which compliments the looks of the Element. I am quite satsified. I received excllent sevice at a local Firestone store and also had the brake fluid flushed and an oil change, all for under $600 including mounting, balancing, tax and a tire disposal fee that is mandatory in the Peoples Socialist Republic of Maryland.
 

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I replaced the original Goodyear withe a set of Firestone Destinations....
"LE"s or "AT"s ? I'm pretty sure you didn't go with Destination M/Ts!

I've got the LEs on a 1/2 ton Cheepy Cheby truck at work....they are great.
 

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I got the LE. I don't need the added traction of the all terrain type tires. No snow in coastal South Carolina.
 

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I have about 35k miles on my LE's and they are still going strong. No complaints at all with these tires. I don't know if I will go with them a second time or try something completely different. I have a lot of life left on these and who knows what I will be doing when the time to replace them comes but they are definitely in the line up of options.
 

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i'm about to take mine off, almost 40k on them. they're a little weather checked, and i doubt the last third of their life will work great in lake effect snow this winter so i have WRG2's to install this weekend if i don't get lazy. they're a great tire, just not going to cut the mustard this winter as they're almost worn out. i ran them for 2 winters though and for an all season, they're not too shabby.
 
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