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Falken Wildpeak AT 3 W


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Guess I never wrote up a review of these Been running them daily 90 miles to work and back 5 ...

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Old 12-23-2018, 02:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Guess I never wrote up a review of these
Been running them daily 90 miles to work and back 5 days a week, plus weekend trips for a couple of months
Aggressive looking tread, dig good quiet on the road, balanced well with very little weight
Now I ran the Duratracs before and loved them, but I think overall like these even better

Had looked at others like the Hankook DynaPros, Cooper Discoverer AT3s etc and they just did nothing for me
After reading tons of reviews glad I went the way I did

By the way running 265-70-16s on 8 inch wide Moabs , tread width is over 8 inches wide so look and fit a wider wheel great
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Ice and snow?
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Ice and snow?
Snow , good so far of what we've had
ice ???
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I run them in the same size and love them. Mine are on the stock wheels though. I have no complaints.

We put them on my daughters JK and are going to get them for the wife's Murano here shortly also.
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They seem to be a solid tire. I ordered a set at Walmart but they messed the order up and I ended up with the Hankooks. I have the new Cooper Discoverer AT3Ws on the XJ and like those a lot too.

Keep us posted on these! I couldn't figure out what people got out of these life wise/how the aged when I did my research last year, still soon to tell then.
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I've had this tire on my buy list for a long time and will get them once my Duratracs are finally done. I drove a friend's Tundra that has them and I liked them a lot.
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I had decided some time ago that these would be the tires I put on my Moabs after the OME lift goes on. At about $120-$125 a tire, a great value as well.
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