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Old 05-26-2020, 01:51 PM #16
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Just an update to my short review above.

Had them now for about 3400 miles with about 500 miles of offroad travel. The tires are taking a beating as I have driven a bit spiritedly over rocky terrain but they are still holding up. New, tread depth measured at about 19/32. They are now 18/32 (little higher) at 3400 miles. Looking at getting them to maybe 40k miles. Im content with that!
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These may be a steal for us 4Runner owners. I recently picked up 5 of these takeoffs from a new Jeep Gladiator owner for $600 with the wheels which I sold for $160. They had 81 miles on them.

My review is much like the others here, a little noisier than my Toyo open country ATII’s, great off road and I love the aggressive look. Seems like these are going to be pretty available considering these guys are quick to upgrade wheels and tires when they buy a new Jeep.




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Hmmm might have to keep my eyes peeled and swap over from the 10ply AT3Ws (overkill).
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These may be a steal for us 4Runner owners. I recently picked up 5 of these takeoffs from a new Jeep Gladiator owner for $600 with the wheels which I sold for $160. They had 81 miles on them.

My review is much like the others here, a little noisier than my Toyo open country ATII’s, great off road and I love the aggressive look. Seems like these are going to be pretty available considering these guys are quick to upgrade wheels and tires when they buy a new Jeep.




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Hmmm might have to keep my eyes peeled and swap over from the 10ply AT3Ws (overkill).
It's true. Jeep guys are just looking to dump their measly 33" C rated tires for cheap lol. I picked a set of 4 Gladiator Rubicon AT3W take offs for $400 with less than 200mi on them. It was a nice score!!!
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Is a BMC needed to run this size?

I like that the lugs on the Falken MTs have a sipe on them.
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Is a BMC needed to run this size?

I like that the lugs on the Falken MTs have a sipe on them.
I just had to remove the mudflaps. Using stock wheels
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There isn't a lot of M/t threads all I have found were A/t's. I was looking for these Yokohamas Geolanders and Grabber X3's reviews/ real work issues and everything I can find is A/T tire and that is not what I was looking for. The problem with this site is, everything is all over the place.
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There isn't a lot of M/t threads all I have found were A/t's. I was looking for these Yokohamas Geolanders and Grabber X3's reviews/ real work issues and everything I can find is A/T tire and that is not what I was looking for. The problem with this site is, everything is all over the place.
Its a forum, what do you expect lol. You could make a thread linking all of the tire threads if youd like. Sticky quality right there!
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Damn I live down by the beach and close to a Jeep dealer and nothing is for sale in my area. But then again there is nothing except half lifted Silverados.
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I've had them for around 30k miles. First impressions when I got them, I really enjoyed them. They were quiet, they look good for MTs, and they performed well offroad. Mud isn't a problem, obviously, sand performance is great, and getting up rocks and going down steep technical sections were handled well. Snow performance is iffy on the MTs. MY buddy was on 50k miles on his AT3Ws and handled the snowy trail fine, but I was slipping and sliding everywhere. Going up to Mammoth with the MTs, I did not feel as planted as I was with the AT3Ws or even the stock duratracs. I know a lot of crawlers have complaints of the MT01s chunking after their first trip. I experienced minor chunking, but nothing major and nothing that I didnt expect. Now, after a couple years, I can say, I will be thinking about going back to AT3W Es after these bite the dust, but if I can find a nice pair of Jeep takeoffs for the right price, I would probably go back to them and finally rotate my spare into the mix so I wont have 1 brand new tire on the back of the truck.
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I looked on Craigslist and FB Market Place found 1 guy (a tire shop) with a set on jeep wheels wanting a Grand. I might be able to talk him into just selling me the tires but doubtful.

Will keep an eye out for some.
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I've had them for around 30k miles. First impressions when I got them, I really enjoyed them. They were quiet, they look good for MTs, and they performed well offroad. Mud isn't a problem, obviously, sand performance is great, and getting up rocks and going down steep technical sections were handled well. Snow performance is iffy on the MTs. MY buddy was on 50k miles on his AT3Ws and handled the snowy trail fine, but I was slipping and sliding everywhere. Going up to Mammoth with the MTs, I did not feel as planted as I was with the AT3Ws or even the stock duratracs. I know a lot of crawlers have complaints of the MT01s chunking after their first trip. I experienced minor chunking, but nothing major and nothing that I didnt expect. Now, after a couple years, I can say, I will be thinking about going back to AT3W Es after these bite the dust, but if I can find a nice pair of Jeep takeoffs for the right price, I would probably go back to them and finally rotate my spare into the mix so I wont have 1 brand new tire on the back of the truck.
After 30K miles how much tread do you have left? Do you do mostly city or highway driving or 50/50?

I like these Falken M/Ts so much that I plan to get them again after my current set goes out.
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After 30K miles how much tread do you have left? Do you do mostly city or highway driving or 50/50?

I like these Falken M/Ts so much that I plan to get them again after my current set goes out.
A few mm past the first wear indicator. I don't have a tread wear gauge. Current driving is probably 70/30 on/off road. Mostly freeway driving. 70-75mph. 38-40psi. Rotate every oil change (7k oic) cross rear to front, and straight front to back. Loud MT noise a few hundred miles after rotation, but levels out after. These tires aren't "quiet" but they dont sound like some bro-dozers out there.
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