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Old 12-15-2018, 07:20 AM #61
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icon stage 2, 285/70/17 on a stock rim. Will I run into any issues with the stock rims? Obviously trimming will be needed as well as BMC.
I think you'll run the UCA. The 4th gen had less offset than the 5th gen from the factory. You could get 5th gen wheels or run spacers to prevent that. The downside is that spacers means you're likely to rub somewhere else now, and more trimming will be required.
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I've got around 5K miles on mine so far. My only complaint and it's not a big one is that you can definitely hear these tires in the corners. Not sure if that will go away with wear.
Straight line these are just as quiet as Destination AT's but they look way better. Hoping to try them out in snow soon.
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I finally switched up from my old KOs to the Falkens.....I went with the 285/70 17 and could not be happier. They ride some much better and more quiet. I have only had them for a week but I really like them.












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I am getting some pricing now for these. I have Nitto Ridge Grapples on and wow are they awful in the rain.
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I love my at3ís. I have them on my 3rd and 4th gen runners. They seem to perform very well in the rain.
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I love my at3’s. I have them on my 3rd and 4th gen runners. They seem to perform very well in the rain.
I agree. I’ve run them in heavy downpours on the highway and felt very stable, especially compared to my fairly worn Toyo Open Country ATII Tire’s I had previously. These are admittedly not as quiet at highway speed as the Toyo’s were, but it’s not anything that bothers me at all. I HATE off-road tires that hum or whine on the highway so I did a ton of research before buying these, and based on many reviews decided that they were a good balance of what I was looking for. I’m very happy with mine after a few months of use, and would definitely buy them again.
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I have been running these on my 08 in 265/70/17 for about 12,000 miles purchased from Discount Tire. I have been happy with them overall. They have performed quite well in the rain and snow. Drove in quite a snowstorm last Saturday taking my son back to school and while I drove conservatively, I never lost confidence in the performance of the tires. I have done some mild off-roading and experienced zero concerns. They have gotten a bit noisier as many have reported, but nothing to be a deal breaker. I would definitely purchase again.
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Fit Question: 2" lift/SPC UCAs - 275/70/17

Does anyone have this set up? Im not sure that the 32.4" 275 will work. Otherwise ill just go with the 31.9" 265. Also whats the verdict on the E rated 265?
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I have been running these on my 08 in 265/70/17 for about 12,000 miles purchased from Discount Tire. I have been happy with them overall. They have performed quite well in the rain and snow. Drove in quite a snowstorm last Saturday taking my son back to school and while I drove conservatively, I never lost confidence in the performance of the tires. I have done some mild off-roading and experienced zero concerns. They have gotten a bit noisier as many have reported, but nothing to be a deal breaker. I would definitely purchase again.
Good info, I got a pair off these for my jeep that I will be throwing on soon.
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What kind of tread life are people getting with the Wildpeaks?
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Does anyone have this set up? Im not sure that the 32.4" 275 will work. Otherwise ill just go with the 31.9" 265. Also whats the verdict on the E rated 265?
I have 275/65-18, had to do a little trimming but they fit fine, that being said, I have 18x9 aftermarket wheels with a lower offset, still gotta do some trimming.

Initial impressions on these tires after a week, they ride great, quieter than the Iron Country tires that were on it (not saying much), and they handle well. I do mostly highway driving and these feel very planted and balanced out just fine.

Oh, also after putting on bigger wheels and tires, I seem to have gained a few MPG (on the read out, haven't filled up yet). Overall rolling diameter is 4.7% larger than what I had which makes a tiny difference as well.
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Hello everyone!

The Wildpeaks are on my shortlist and was wondering if anyone had any issues using their P-rated wildpeaks on trails? Specifically Deathvalley? I was planning on getting the LT E rated ones but was worried how that would affect on-road comfort on long trips (mainly comfort for Fiancee).

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The Wildpeaks are on my shortlist and was wondering if anyone had any issues using their P-rated wildpeaks on trails?
I run P rated ones and have had no issues off-road. Have not been to Death Valley though, or any extremely rocky/desert locations. Mostly forest and mud for me and the lowest I air down to for these conditions is 22psi. Also not loaded up with camping gear either, just day trip style offrading. I've not had any tire damage.
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