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Old 07-11-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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Falken Rocky Mountain ATS

Has anyone bought a set of these tires, I heard some good reviews
I am looking for some 265-70-18 and would like to get anyone imput
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Old 07-11-2012, 05:02 PM   #2
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Mmm...I spoke with Faulken tire about 3 weeks ago regarding their tires but what they said completely escapes me now.

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Old 07-11-2012, 05:03 PM   #3
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great tire just heavy. they are the same as the wildpeak just with discount tire only name on them. i ran them on a one ton truck and would be running them on my jeep except they were 12lbs each heavier than the cooper ATP (also discount tire) that i have on there now. look at the 285 size range it will look better under the jeep
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Old 07-11-2012, 06:33 PM   #4
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I have already given my thoughts on them many times. I didn't like mine at all and ended up selling them at 5,000 miles to someone else. Heavy, hard to balance, horrible on the trail, pick up rocks and throw them all over your paint, rubber is soft and smells like cow manure (no joke), just really crappy foreign tires.. Sumitomo discontinued their own AT and I'll bet the Falken they make will be going away one day too.
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I just put them on sat. Cant say enough about them. Great ride , quiet, and look alot more impressive in person.
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Old 07-11-2012, 08:24 PM   #6
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Old 07-11-2012, 08:30 PM   #7
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great tire just heavy.
That's it! I remember now being in disbelief when the rep told me how much that tire weighed in a 35.
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I've had mine for about a year and am still liking them. No regrets.
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Old 07-11-2012, 09:22 PM   #9
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I have 285/75/16. 33x11ish. Done 100 MPH smooth as butter. Never stuck due to traction, but they stunk for a couple months. Have 20,000 miles and not much wear, expect over 50k if I keep them even with rock crawling. They do weigh as much as the 35x12.5 duratracs I'm about to switch to though...
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I have 285/75/16. 33x11ish. Done 100 MPH smooth as butter. Never stuck due to traction, but they stunk for a couple months. Have 20,000 miles and not much wear, expect over 50k if I keep them even with rock crawling. They do weigh as much as the 35x12.5 duratracs I'm about to switch to though...
100mph?!
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90 yesterday 35 km2

My hinge paint was peeling off lol
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Old 07-11-2012, 09:34 PM   #12
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100mph?!
I'm still here aren't I? Lol I didn't even notice till I looked at the speedometer coming down the mountain. I feel I have a balanced DD and Crawler. We'll see where it redlines after the regear. Hahaha

Wish I didn't delete the picture showing the 90mph reading before I flashpaq'd the speedo to compensate going from 29's to 33's.
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Holy cow I feel like screaming in sheer terror when my jeep is going above 55mph.
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Holy cow I feel like screaming in sheer terror when my jeep is going above 55mph.
Maybe its not set up right or you went too far to the aggressive offroad mods.

I'm replacing a tie rod end later this week because it rattles on washboard roads.
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Maybe its not set up right or you went too far to the aggressive offroad mods.

I'm replacing a tie rod end later this week because it rattles on washboard roads.
Is there such a thing?
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I have the 265/70-18 on the TKOs from Discount Tire. Look and feel great. Drive on the highway doing 70-80 no prob. A little off road same thing no prob.
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I have the 265/70-18 on the TKOs from Discount Tire. Look and feel great.
Like a fine suit.
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Is there such a thing?
That's my goal! Only street legal vehicle I own so I wanna keep up with the crawlers but maintain mpg's and smooth ride. Gonna trade off somewhere eventually. Lol
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Ok pause.... Stop

If my jeep can go 90 + ESP?

(time to achieve said mph is irrelevant) lol
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hell it was chore to get the 3.8 up to 75. the other day on the way back from atlanta everyone was driving slow as hell. till i looked down and was up to 95. new motor and 4.10s rock. needless to say i back off.
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hell it was chore to get the 3.8 up to 75. the other day on the way back from atlanta everyone was driving slow as hell. till i looked down and was up to 95. new motor and 4.10s rock. needless to say i back off.
I have no problems
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Old 07-12-2012, 09:09 AM   #23
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My auto has no issue getting up to speed with 3.73's. Of course that appeared after I used my flashpaq the first time. Stock tune is quite lethargic on the bottom end.
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i dorve the 3.8 with a manual and 3.73s completely different jeep than the piss poor 4 speed. if i had bought the 3.8 manual i wouldnt have traded into the Rubicon
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Manual 4.10's and 93 octane tune
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yeah that would have been different then. mine was a sport auto with 3.73s and an 2011 so no performance tunning.
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yeah that would have been different then. mine was a sport auto with 3.73s and an 2011 so no performance tunning.
That sucks. I mean I can't even describe how well the tune works. I've had a couple people compliment the.... "cough" power
That is with 35's too
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I run em mostly bought them for price. No problems and I like them. After the Aev procal cant really tell the differnce with the weight. Only downside is they simple just dont look as "cool" they dont have an aggresivie look.

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