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Old 10-09-2013, 08:57 AM   #1
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Falken rocky mountain ATS II tires???

M thinking of buying Falken rocky mountain ATS II tires but I want to know what you guys think first I've got a buddy that's got them and likes them a lot he says there great on road and pretty good off road what do you guys think? Any other suggestions that are great on and off road?

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I have seen their brother, the Wildpeak, perform. They are great on road, sticky on slick rock like Moab and Sedona and good in snow on highway. Only problems would be if you are a dedicated mudder. Other than that there are good. The most popular AT is the Duratrac, though.

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I had a set on my wife's jeep and they are great! My wife decided she wanted the same Nittos that I have, but we never had an issue with the Falkens. Actually the first time my wife went out with her Nittos she got stuck in the sand and she said the Falkens performed better in the sand then the Nittos.

I'm not sure what size you are looking at but I have 5- 325/65/18 sitting in my garage with less then 10,000 miles on them, the spare has none. If interested check out my sale thread or pm me.

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Old 10-09-2013, 11:16 PM   #5
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I have seen their brother, the Wildpeak, perform. They are great on road, sticky on slick rock like Moab and Sedona and good in snow on highway. Only problems would be if you are a dedicated mudder. Other than that there are good. The most popular AT is the Duratrac, though.

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Pretty accurate description here. I will add that they wear great. The last time I had them rotated they still have 75% of the tread left after almost 35000 miles. I have no complaints with mine. Can't beat them for the price.
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Pretty accurate description here. I will add that they wear great. The last time I had them rotated they still have 75% of the tread left after almost 35000 miles. I have no complaints with mine. Can't beat them for the price.
would it be worth the price to buy duratrac's over these or do you think there not worth it?
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would it be worth the price to buy duratrac's over these or do you think there not worth it?
No. The Falken is a great tire and so inexpensive. I rode in a TJ with duratracs and looked at them up close. While they are a great tire, I suspect their popularity has a lot to do with what-does-everyone-else-use more than anything.

Get the falkens.
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I've been running hankook dynapro ATM's on my stock 08 JKU for about 30k miles. They are aggressive enough for my needs (no hard core off road) and still have good on-road qualities.
Not sure how the cost is compared to the falken or goodyears.

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