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Old 01-07-2012, 01:27 PM
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Falken Rocky Mountain ATS!

I went with the 31 x10.5 Falken Rocky Mountain ATS and MB Razors from Discount Tire. I love the new look, now I am trail ready!

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Old 01-07-2012, 01:46 PM   #2
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Good choice...

i've got the 32x11.5's on mine currenty and when they're done i'll be goin with the 33x12.5's

I've got about 8k on my current set and couldnt be happier with them. They do everything from street to play and are awesome at both. They're also very quiet on the road for an AT tire...

they'll be going into the snow and ice in about an hour to go wheeling and i cant wait (even though i just hit this trail monday)

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Old 01-07-2012, 08:56 PM   #3
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Great pic!! What modifications have you made to your suspension?
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They got good reviews! Same as the Wildpeak. Good all around tire.
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They are pretty aggressive for just an AT tire too. I've ran pro comp AT's in the past, and these look like they are going to blow those away.

It has a 2.5 Rough Country lift on it. The previous owner put that on, but traded it in with stock wheels and small tires. There is plenty of room in there for 32's, but it was going to be about $30 more per tire. Unfortunately that was going to put me over budget.
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I've had them on my pickup for over a year. Great tire, even wear and great in the snow...even when towing my car hauler and Jeep up the snow covered pass last month.

If my Jeep was still a daily driver, they would be on that too.
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Love mine. I've got the 33s and they do great.

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