I am currently running that tire, however it was not from Discount Tire.
I ordered them while in Yellowstone, from a dealer in Livingston who installed them. I insisted on having them balanced also.
We are currently in Anchorage, Alaska, so it has had a baptism by fire. These roads are BRUTAL!
I am running the TST TPMS model 507. It pays for itself.
I had that tire in load range D for 30,000 plus miles and 3 years with no problems. One gave up at Livingston, Mt. a few weeks ago. It was my fault and I was aware of its soon demise. Several bands of tread had sunk slightly into the body and I inspected it at every stop. Fortunately it caused little damage at low speed.
I had made several REALLY tight turns while backing, causing the tires to flex awkwardly, and noticed that the tread appeared to be separating. A mistake I will try to never repeat!
Tires are a hot subject on this forum and opinions are diverse.
Good luck with your decision.
2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty CC Dually, 7.3 Diesel
2011 Cedar Creek 36CKTS Touring Edition
Full body paint, Cummins Onan 5500LP, Andersen Ultimate Hitch
We were on the road to ALASKA May 6, home Sept. 13, 2016. 23 states, 3 Canadian Provinces, up to the Arctic Circle, 17,300 miles, 131 days on the road. 1 flat tire, 4 oil changes. What a beautiful trip!