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Firestone Roadhawk
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Founded in Ohio in 1900 by Harvey Firestone, The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company has built up a strong reputation in the tyre world. Firestone... [Read more]
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The Firestone Roadhawk is a mid-range car tyre, developed to deliver for endurance and safety.

Firestone have designed the Roadhawk tread pattern to help maximise control when driving in wet conditions. They have also constructed the tyre with a lightweight carcass, for lower for low rolling resistance and used a compound in the makeup of the tyre that has been specially formulated for long-lasting tread, comfort and safety.

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Purchased Two front tyres @ Halfords as they where cheap for a mid to premium tyre and had £20 Argos voucher attached. When I checked tyre tread depth found only 7mm middle and 6.5mm outer edge. Never had a new tyre under 8mm before, alway 8 to 10mm. May be that's why there cheap! Will contact Firestone to see why.
I have recently fitted these tyres to the rear of my car (RWD). So far they have been a comfortable, grippy tyre in the wet and dry, although I have not found its limit yet. The downsides I have found with this tyre are that they don't come with a rim protector, which added to the overall look of the tyre. As a result, the sidewall looks a bit thinner than it is. The sidewall is also very soft, to the touch and to look at. The tyre constantly looks under-inflated when in fact it is not. And finally the biggest downside - as mentioned by other posters - the tyre only comes with a tread depth of ~6mm when new. This is less than any other new tyre I have bought. Overall, a good performing, reasonably prices tyre, although there are better out there for the same price.
For this price tyres are really good. Excellent dry grip. I recenty bought them and didnt drive at wet condition. Looks like there is less than 8mm of tyre when bought new.They are produced in new Bridgestone factory in Hungary. They have much better grip then 3,5 years old Michelins, that I had before. On other car I drive new Nokian Line, and this tyre feels the same at road. Sidewall looks a little bit softer when touched then expected. I would allways recommend Continental if you have money, but if budget is too low this tyre does the same job.

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