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Old 10-10-2020, 10:42 AM #16
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So far so good on my WildPeaks. They look so much better in person.
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Had Wildpeak AT3Ws installed last week on my new 20 ORP. Changed stock wheels to TRD SEMAs. Stock 265/70/17 size. Made in USA. Balanced great. No rubbing issues even at full lock reverse as others have mentioned.

Went off roading the next day, tires were great. Two days later, embarked on a three state road trip to Moab and Western Colorado. Still on that trip. Tires are great on pavement, quiet and comfortable. Averaging 20.8 mpg.

Running 34 psi cold. Might try bumping to 36 psi.

Very happy with these tires.
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Almost clicked the order button on the Falkens but looks like General is running a $100 rebate so that tipped the decision over to the ATXs. Sounds like itd be hard to go wrong either way, thanks all!
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I have stock size Wildpeak AT3, and I love them. They look aggressive on the truck and fit the wheel well nicely with my lift. So far i've put almost 8k miles on them and they are wearing nicely. Road noise isn't too bad. Realistically i'd simply look at pictures and compare in person which "look" you like best. Can you get one cheaper and you like both? Go with the sale. When these wear out i'm sticking with Wildpeak and going up to 275 or 285 (depending if I do a bumper chop). I guess that says a lot if you go back to the brand for future purchases.
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I put a p265/70/75 of the Grabber ATX about 3K ago. We drove down to Flordia from MD last week. Averaged 18.8 mpg cruising 70-75mph the whole way. No problems with the tires. Balanced well, tracked straight, weren't noticeably loud. On the way up we hit some intense rainstorms never felt uneasy in the wet.

I had run the same size Falkens on my Xterra and was equally impressed. I was going to go with Falkens again but General was doing a $100 rebate last month. Can't say much more about the Grabbers since they are still really new.
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Mine are Made in USA - no balancing problems or vibrations.

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I put a p265/70/75 of the Grabber ATX about 3K ago. We drove down to Flordia from MD last week. Averaged 18.8 mpg cruising 70-75mph the whole way. No problems with the tires. Balanced well, tracked straight, weren't noticeably loud. On the way up we hit some intense rainstorms never felt uneasy in the wet.

I had run the same size Falkens on my Xterra and was equally impressed. I was going to go with Falkens again but General was doing a $100 rebate last month. Can't say much more about the Grabbers since they are still really new.
What PSI did you run on the Grabbers?
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I think 36psi. I got them put on two days before we took off to visit my in-laws so whatever the shop installed them with.
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I have had both and I think the wildpeaks are the best tires ive ever ran in wet conditions but I think the Grabber looks better.
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Looking to get some new shoes for my 2020 Venture and cant decide between these 2. I have a 2020 Venture with the TRD rims and was curious what you all would get and if theres any pros/cons to either?

Going stock size and the truck is used mostly on the road with occasional off-road (just got back from 4x4 beach in NC a couple days ago) by the way.
I have a Venture as well, and went the Grabber ATXs in stock size. They're my first A/T, so I don't have anything to compare them to, but I have absolutely zero complaints. I think they look better than most other A/Ts personally, but that's subjective. Haven't had the chance to try them out in snow, but traction on everything else has been excellent. Also, they're only 3lbs heavier than the stock tire which is a huge plus if you're concerned about adding more rotating mass. Plus, they're about as quiet as the stock Duelers on the highway, and no issues with balancing.

The only "con" is that you will have to do the fender mod and a little bit of trimming to keep them from rubbing up front, when in reverse. It's the offset of the TRD wheels that cause this issue, so you can probably avoid the trimming by switching wheels. But trimming is quick and easy(and free), and also not noticeable by anyone unless you're specifically looking inside the wheel well towards the front.
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