I too have Continental tires on my SRW F350. I’ve lost 2 tires so far to road hazards, both were front tires at 65 psi, both happened while towing and neither failure caused additional damage.
The first tire was lost at about 15k miles when I must have hit something in the road. It caused a 1.5” tear through the tread and belts, which was visible on the inside and outside of the tire. The tire lost air and the tire sensor alarm went off before any tire separation occurred. The second tire, at 24,000 miles developed a slight separation after hitting a serious pothole in Atlanta this February while heading to Florida but this tire continued to function until I checked it out because of a slight out-of-balance feeling a few hundred miles later. I’m afraid I wouldn’t have noticed the slight vibration if the failure was on a rear tire. Had that tire been on the rear, it might have come apart while driving. By the way, the rear tire and Maxxis trailer tires hit the same pothole and seem none the worse for it.
There seems to be a good reason for each of my Continental failures so I’m not too concerned about the falling apart on their own.
2015 Wildcat 282 RKX
2011 F350 Lariat, 6.7 L. Diesel, 8 ft., SRW, Reese R20