Not to mention they have a superior snow rating if that matters at all. I love mine too. My only complaint is i went with P tires cause i didnt know at time i should go LT’s. But all goodI got to say I love my falken wildpeaks AT3w , I think I bought them at $127 a tire a discount tire . Have a 55k mile rating . Looking forward to see how long they last
That’s awesome , I do get some snow in the winter and looking forward to trying them in the snowNot to mention they have a superior snow rating if that matters at all. I love mine too. My only complaint is i went with P tires cause i didnt know at time i should go LT’s. But all good
Also curious as to which tire most run, everytime a see a diff taco I change my mind on tires bc everybody seems to rock a diff brand and they all look great and perform about the same depending on needs.
I’m stuck on mainly
Cooper stt maxx
But seen nice duratracs and toyo open countrys
is It possible to run 275-70-17 on stock suspension? From what I have heard 265-70-17 was the biggest tire size you could fit,
My local Town Fair Tire price matched the lowest price I could find for tires, including the internet. $129 a tire for Wildpeak A/T3 265-70-17 Standard Load. They're getting mounted on Level 8 MK 6 Matte Gunmetal Gray-17x8 -0 offset wheels on Monday.I got my tires from tirebuyer.com shipped to local tireshop. I’d use them again for sure. As far as affordable-Falkens are very popular right now. I got 5 for like 800 during a deal