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Old 03-03-2016, 05:35 PM
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Falken Wildpeak A/T3W
UTQG: 660 A, B (P-Metric Only)
Mileage Warranty: 55,000 Miles

The WILDPEAK A/T3W is engineered for adventure, any time and in any weather. The A/T3W combines aggressive off-road ability and rugged terrain driving without compromise on the pavement. An optimized tread design combined with a silica tread compound enable the A/T3W to excel in three areas: wear, winter, and wet performance. Designed for severe snow conditions, every A/T3W tire is qualified by the Rubber Manufacturers Association for the Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake (3PMSF) symbol. The A/T3W is packed with technology, from Falken’s patented 3D Canyon Sipes to an all-new proprietary lower sidewall. Full-depth sipes and grooves maintain consistent performance and appearance throughout the life of the tire.


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-KEY FEATURES-

OUTER APEX SIDEWALL features a secondary bead apex that acts as a heat shield to protect the internal casing of the tire, resulting in confident handling and durability with the added benefit of sidewall protection on rough roads and trails.

3D CANYON SIPE TECHNOLOGY interlocks the shoulders to resist wear from high torque as well as providing additional handling stability.

AGGRESSIVE UPPER SIDEWALL along with offset shoulder blocks protect the tire from sharp rocks and provide additional off‐road traction at low tire pressures or in off‐camber situations.

SILICA TREAD COMPOUND delivers superior wear life and wet performance (non‐LT sizes).

HEAT DIFFUSER TECHNOLOGY in the lower sidewall dissipates heat to protect the internal tire components. Keeping this critical area of the tire cool ensures vehicle stability even when towing or carrying heavy loads.

RUGGED AND RIGID TREAD BLOCKS feature support ramps and step‐down features that provide tread-pattern rigidity in the contact patch, enhancing vehicle stability and handling while also preventing stones from becoming trapped in the grooves.

DEEPEST TREAD IN THE CATEGORY* provides long lasting wear as well as consistent snow and hydroplane resistance throughout the life of the tire (*LT Sizes, 20/32nds inches).



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Old 03-03-2016, 06:13 PM   #2
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Can you guys start posting tire weight data to your website? That's important these days.

I'm trying to figure out the weight of the P285/70 vs. the LT285/70 and LT285/75 for a 17" wheel and can't find anything.
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Can you guys start posting tire weight data to your website? That's important these days.

I'm trying to figure out the weight of the P285/70 vs. the LT285/70 and LT285/75 for a 17" wheel and can't find anything.
Thank you for your comments, WXman. I agree, listing the weight is a great idea. Unfortunately our back end system currently doesn't allow this information to be displayed on our websites.

If you need to know any weight, shoot us a PM and we'd be happy to look up the information for you.
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I ended up finding the weight data on their website. They are one of the few manufacturers that lists weight data for their tires...BUT you apparently have to view it on a laptop. When I pulled it up on my smartphone it showed only a condensed version of the data.

I'm eyeballing this tire really hard, but it looks like it's very heavy, similar to other Falken tires. And the Cooper has awesome rebates right now. Sigh.. decisions decisions...
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I bagged up a set of these in P285/70-17. I've driven them for a few days now. Even got to drive them in a torrential thunderstorm. We've had a lot of rain here lately. Rain traction is awesome! These tires grip in dry and wet conditions as advertised! Road noise is there, but it's very moderate. Nothing like a mud tire at all. Will be interesting to see if they get louder at first rotation like the Duratrac did. My shop was able to get them balanced well but they took several ounces of weight. They roll smooth at all speeds now. So far I love them. The additional 12 lbs. per tire over the OE tires did cause an immediate loss of MPGs, an increase in braking which was very noticeable, and it stays in lower gears longer now. So the weight hurts...but at 51 lbs. each they are still much lighter than the LT-E tires a lot of guys are buying. So far I'm a fan of these new Falkens. I'll review again after several thousand miles have passed. Will test them in the nasty mud we have around here soon. The pricing right now is fantastic on this tire too.
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Thank you for sharing with us, @WXman . We're glad you're pleased with the A/TW3. Keep us posted as you continue clocking miles.
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I will also point out another small detail. The data sheet shows that the P285/70-17 has 14/32" of tread when new, but I measured mine with a depth gauge and mine are 12/32" at the outer blocks, and 13/32" at the inner tread. I was a little disappointed in that. Generally, most guys get about 4,000 miles per 1/32" of tread from an AT tire, so it's no small detail.
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I will also point out another small detail. The data sheet shows that the P285/70-17 has 14/32" of tread when new, but I measured mine with a depth gauge and mine are 12/32" at the outer blocks, and 13/32" at the inner tread. I was a little disappointed in that. Generally, most guys get about 4,000 miles per 1/32" of tread from an AT tire, so it's no small detail.
Did you get the E rated tire or the SL?
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I really like these tires for a DD.
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Got these tires off the pavement today. Even at street pressures, they conform really well to rocks and the lugs flex and grip very well. The dry dirt traction is pretty darn good too. I was able to climb some steep sections of trail in 2WD that I sometimes have needed 4WD to navigate in the past. Dry traction offroad seems very good. (I'll try to post a picture).

Then I got into some wetter areas. In sloppy mud where there's water standing in mud holes and ruts these tires cleaned out pretty well as long as you keep them spinning. Obviously this is not a mud terrain tire, so it takes some momentum and wheel spin but they did clean out and I pushed through this area in 2WD also. (I'll try to post a pic of how the tread cleaned itself).

Lastly, there's a section on this trail where the soil is moist and there's vegetation and grass growing on it. There are a few rock outcroppings but most of it is damp soil with weeds and grasses as coverage. It's at about a 15 degree slope according to my gauge. These tires pushed me about half way up and then slid in 2WD. I backed down to try again with some momentum but couldn't even get started again to pick up any speed. I got out and looked, and the tread was packed with mud and grass. In this scenario, I needed to shift to 4WD to make it up the hill. A little disappointing here, since the Mastercraft Courser C/Ts had previously mastered this section in 2WD.

So all in all, these are basically a slight step above the other modern AT tires I've used. I didn't expect them to be mud champs, afterall this is my daily driver and I didn't want a MT on it. But they do well in almost all conditions. The rain traction on the highway is stellar. If they do as well in the snow next season as the Duratracs did I will be a very happy camper...especially for the price!
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WXman, thanks for your detailed explanation along with photos. Sounds like you had a great time playing on the trail.
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WXman, thanks for your detailed explanation along with photos. Sounds like you had a great time playing on the trail.
Thank you guys for excelling in customer service. Everytime I order tires from you guys, they are sitting on my porch the next day...and I usually save hundreds over the quotes I get from local shops.
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Thank you guys for excelling in customer service. Everytime I order tires from you guys, they are sitting on my porch the next day...and I usually save hundreds over the quotes I get from local shops.
We appreciate the kind words, WXman We do our best to treat our customers the way we expect to be treated.
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Im between these and the dick cepek trail countrys and was wondering how they r still doin for ya wxman
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Went agead and pulled the trigger on these so far great tires balanced well amd little road noise

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Mine are still doing great. Road noise is still low. Traction is still high. I'm happy with them. They look awesome and they are rugged. Priced good too.

I find it hilarious that the Wildpeak A/T was all the rage, yet it was the biggest POS tire ever developed. Now, there is the A/T3W which is finally a real all-terrain tire, and nobody is talking about it. Lol. Consumers are funny.
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I like that these are available in the very elusive 285/75-17 size. They should also be one of the very best tires in winter weather...
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Yeah I can't wait to try these out in fresh snow. Gonna' be a while now though.
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I had mine installed at Discount two weeks ago. 285/70-18 on MB Razors








Ride good on the road, haven't had them in the dirt yet. We had some flurries yesterday but I also can't wait until December when we get some real snow to test them out in.
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Bumping this to the top for people who are asking how they are doing. So far, mine are doing great. I'm about to do the first rotation on them soon at 5,000 miles. Been running these since the end of winter, but I've been driving the Mustang a lot this summer so haven't put a lot of miles on the 4x4. They are doing excellent and I haven't had a single issue with them yet on or off road.

What I'm really interested in is snow traction this winter...I hope they live up to the hype and bite through the snow hard. We've had a lot of stranded motorists the last few winters.
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So I did my first rotation and I expected them to get noisy. That's what the Duratracs did...they got real noisy after the first rotation. I do a "cross rotation" where the rear tires move to the front, and the front tires cross before moving to the rear. Well, I'm happy to report that there was no increase in noise with the Falkens. They still roll quiet and smooth down the highway.
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WXman, thanks for taking the time to post up the results of your rotation.
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Look sweet. Too bad no raised white letters.
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Ordered 5 yesterday as part of my new wheel and tire package from DTD. $75 rebate plus $50 forum discount makes these a smokin' deal! Can't wait to try them out and see how they perform compared to the BFG TA KO2's on my truck.
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Look sweet. Too bad no raised white letters.
No white letters, but there are two sidewall options to choose from



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Ordered 5 yesterday as part of my new wheel and tire package from DTD. $75 rebate plus $50 forum discount makes these a smokin' deal! Can't wait to try them out and see how they perform compared to the BFG TA KO2's on my truck.
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Awesome to hear! Be sure to let us know here what you think of the tires after you get some time on them

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Interesting.

I'll likely still go with Cooper AT3's when my stockers wear out.
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I bagged up a set of these in P285/70-17. I've driven them for a few days now. Even got to drive them in a torrential thunderstorm. We've had a lot of rain here lately. Rain traction is awesome! These tires grip in dry and wet conditions as advertised! Road noise is there, but it's very moderate. Nothing like a mud tire at all. Will be interesting to see if they get louder at first rotation like the Duratrac did. My shop was able to get them balanced well but they took several ounces of weight. They roll smooth at all speeds now. So far I love them. The additional 12 lbs. per tire over the OE tires did cause an immediate loss of MPGs, an increase in braking which was very noticeable, and it stays in lower gears longer now. So the weight hurts...but at 51 lbs. each they are still much lighter than the LT-E tires a lot of guys are buying. So far I'm a fan of these new Falkens. I'll review again after several thousand miles have passed. Will test them in the nasty mud we have around here soon. The pricing right now is fantastic on this tire too.
So you went from a stock tire which was 29" tall to a 285 series which is likely 3" taller at around 32" tall and really are only taking weight into account for lack of performance?



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Interesting.

I'll likely still go with Cooper AT3's when my stockers wear out.
Those are nice sidewalls. Much better than the Cooper AT3. Having had the Coopers AT3, I would choose this tire over the Cooper.
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