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Old 03-08-2017, 08:28 PM #1
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Ups just dropped of my set of falken wildpeak at3 in 265/70/17. Very fast shipping from amazon, arrived in 3 days to Hawaii

Gonna mount then tomorrow. Hopefully they look good and won't rub the upper control arm or knuckle ������������
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Ups just dropped of my set of falken wildpeak at3 in 265/70/17. Very fast shipping from amazon, arrived in 3 days to Hawaii

Gonna mount then tomorrow. Hopefully they look good and won't rub the upper control arm or knuckle ������������
You should be ok. My 285/70R17 rubbed, just barely on late model stock wheels. I really like mine. I did have one tire out of round, and it was not diagnosed properly for several months (and several thousand miles). Falken only warrants the first 1/32" of tire wear for defects. So, if you have any vibration at all, check it yourself, don't trust discount tire (or equivalent). Once I had to BUY a new tire to replace my defective one, I haven't had any issues, they are great and quiet.
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Ups just dropped of my set of falken wildpeak at3 in 265/70/17. Very fast shipping from amazon, arrived in 3 days to Hawaii

Gonna mount then tomorrow. Hopefully they look good and won't rub the upper control arm or knuckle ������������
I have the same tires in the same size and dont have any rubbing what so ever. Ive had them on for about a week and love them. Super quite, look great and they have preformed awesome in snow, ice, mud and on pavement. Ill be getting to test them out next week on some Moab slickrock but Im optimistic based off how they have preformed so far.
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I have the same tires in the same size and dont have any rubbing what so ever. Ive had them on for about a week and love them. Super quite, look great and they have preformed awesome in snow, ice, mud and on pavement. Ill be getting to test them out next week on some Moab slickrock but Im optimistic based off how they have preformed so far.
Nice thats good to hear. Excited to put them on. What psi do you run them at when you go off-road? My truck is only 2wd so trying to get as much traction as possible
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You should be ok. My 285/70R17 rubbed, just barely on late model stock wheels. I really like mine. I did have one tire out of round, and it was not diagnosed properly for several months (and several thousand miles). Falken only warrants the first 1/32" of tire wear for defects. So, if you have any vibration at all, check it yourself, don't trust discount tire (or equivalent). Once I had to BUY a new tire to replace my defective one, I haven't had any issues, they are great and quiet.
Thanks that's very helpful information I appreciate you answer
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Tried mounting tires today and they rub the upper control arm. Ordered a set of 1 1/4 wheel spacers hopefully that's the end of my problems
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Nice thats good to hear. Excited to put them on. What psi do you run them at when you go off-road? My truck is only 2wd so trying to get as much traction as possible
Sorry for the super late reply. I typically run them in the 18-20 psi range in dirt, sand, mud, and rock when Im really wheeling. If Im running down washoard roads they are happy at 25psi and for on road Ill be at 35 in the back 37 in the front When im running in deep snow I drop down to about 13psi
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