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Old 04-03-2016, 07:26 PM
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Falken Wildpeak A/T3W

The All-New Falken WILDPEAK A/T3W: Engineered for Adventure, Anytime | Falken Tire

Anybody running these tires they look good and the price is great....Looking at 255/70/18 to go on stock sahara wheels

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Old 04-03-2016, 08:25 PM   #2
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I will be driving the Rubicon from Richmond, VA. to Canton, OH. to visit the Football Hall of Fame and hoping I can find these tires at a tire store along the way.

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Old 04-03-2016, 10:35 PM   #3
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These are a pretty new tire, I doubt there are many extensive reviews on them yet. They are a pretty good price tho so im sure it wont take too long.
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Falken AT3W - JeepForum.com

There are other reviews online also, both on this forum and on others. Google it. So far I really like mine.
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Well, I found a local shop that can have them for me in 2 days. However, I have to be sure the 285's will be OK on the stock rims. Oh, $168 per tire.
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Old 04-13-2016, 02:56 PM   #6
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I just bought and installed a set (5) of these. Price was right (under $900, thanks Discount Tire), they look awesome, and ride 100% better than my BFG Mud terrains, so much my wife is asking me what to me so long! Granted I have not had these long enough to subject them to anything but pavement. My opinion is they are a Duratrac clone for a portion of the price. And yes you can mount a reasonable size (mine 285x70x 17) on stock rims. I have a leveling kit and 1.5" spacers.
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There are other reviews online also, both on this forum and on others. Google it. So far I really like mine.
What size Duratracs did you have before the Falken's?

I have Duratracs now, but am considering the AT3W to replace the worn out DT's.
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I'm going to rotate mine at 5,000 miles. I'm at about 4,000 now. They are starting to get a little road noise in them, but not bad. I think after I rotate them, they'll probably get noisy but time will tell. My Duratracs got really noisy after the first rotation.

Overall the tires are flawless. Not one single issue with them yet. I do wish they were a bit lighter, but that's the price you pay for a rugged tire. I also wish one side had cool white lettering.

For the price, you cannot beat them. I got mine (P285/70-17) for $160 a tire after rebates at DTD. Nitto, BFG, Toyo, Goodforayear, and all the other companies making hybrid tires are far more expensive.
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I ordered a set of 285/70/17 that will be delivered today. I've never seen this tire in person, hopefully it looks as aggressive as it does in pictures.
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I'd say the pictures do it justice. They've been pretty decent performers. Only thing I'll do different next time is go with D rated over E.

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I ordered a set of 285/70/17 that will be delivered today. I've never seen this tire in person, hopefully it looks as aggressive as it does in pictures.
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How deep is the sipes in those?
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Local shop mounted and balanced mine last Thursday and these tires fit the bill of what I was looking for. They are very aggressive looking, for an AT, quiet and in the little bit of rain we've had so far, they handled great.

My 285/70/17 measured right at 32" mounted and on the ground. I couldn't be happier with this purchase.
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Pics or it didn't happen!!


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It is hard to see with the black wheels, but I love the look of these.


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30,000 miles and 9/32nds tread left. Traction is excellent, wear is even, ride is smooth. Sidewalls are strong. Probably the best tire in this category, especially for the money.
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