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LexaniLX-Twenty
Kenny J
5
GMC Terrain 2012 SLE
Verified Customer
Oct 16, 2021

These tires are quite and tread wear is excellent. It's my first set of Achilles 868's and I wanted to wait before writing a review to see for myself how they performed. I had read other reviews but most people had only owned the tires less than 2 months. I don't know how they perform on snow because I'm in Southern California. I will definitely recommend these tires. I will be a repeat buyer of these tires in the future. I feel like I struck gold with this purchase. Based on my current tread wear I think these tires will last 60-80,000 miles.

Gary
5
GMC Terrain 2012 SLT
Verified Customer
Sep 29, 2020

I ordered the first set of 4 Firestone WinterForce tires for the vehicle that is only used for plowing snow. I took them to a local shop and had studs put in all of them. I then mounted them on the rims and onto the vehicle myself. I was really anxious for that first big snow to see how they would preform for me. I was actually blown away how they did pushing a full blade of wet snow UP a steep hill ( my driveway 1000ft long ) totally impressed with them in every condition,even on the ice. I felt so good about these tires I ordered another set of 4 for my AWD GMC Terrain. I bought a spare set of rims to mount them on so I only run them in the winter months. I really can't comment on the wear ability of the tread, cause I mainly only go back and forth to work in it. BUT I will say NEVER ONCE was I stuck or afraid I might not be able to get where I was going with these tires. They are very reasonably priced and do a EXCELLENT job. The only con I see with these tires is THEY ARE A DIRECTIONAL TREAD tire, but marking them before dismounting should not be a problem when it comes time for a tire rotation,or remounting them the next season. Im not sure if this exact tire is still available, I think it is possibly called a winterforce II . I do know I would NOT hesitate to purchase more of these tires if I need new tires.

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