View Poll Results: Between these two tires, which do you prefer and why?
general grabber AT2 3 60.00%
general grabber AT2
3 60.00%
Falken wildpeak A/T3 2 40.00%
Falken wildpeak A/T3
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Old 01-30-2017, 06:18 PM #1
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Tire Poll: general grabber at2 vs Falken wildpeak a/t3

Let me see what y'all are running. I can't seem to decide between the Grabber AT2 and the Wildpeak A/T3
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Whew... tough question since so many people love both models! Ultimately the right tire model for you will depend on your goals and what you need from the tires. If you would like us to assist with that shoot us a PM and we'll be happy to help!

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I put the Falken AT3W on my Runner a few months ago, and I like them a lot good in snow and rain.
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I put the Falken AT3W on my Runner a few months ago, and I like them a lot good in snow and rain.
Good feedback, thanks!
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I haven't bought them yet, but I did research the hell out of it, and I firmly decided on the Falkens. They are a little less expensive, and the reviews are noting but positive. That, and they are apparently very quiet on the road and aren't super heavy made them my choice. I should be ordering in a couple weeks.
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I haven't bought them yet, but I did research the hell out of it, and I firmly decided on the Falkens. They are a little less expensive, and the reviews are noting but positive. That, and they are apparently very quiet on the road and aren't super heavy made them my choice. I should be ordering in a couple weeks.
Thanks for your input and I'm leaning toward tbs Falkens too. You can't beat the price.

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Whew... tough question since so many people love both models! Ultimately the right tire model for you will depend on your goals and what you need from the tires. If you would like us to assist with that shoot us a PM and we'll be happy to help!

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Do you know how the falkens do on the sand?
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Just ordered me a set of Falkens.

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Had Grabber AT2s on by old pathfinder and now on my 5th gen. They're monsters in snow and great in the rain. They are also fairly cheap.
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Do you know how the falkens do on the sand?
I don't have personal experience with this tire on sand, but from what we are seeing on the boards it does well. The key with sand is to air down the tires which in turn optimizes flotation. Just be sure the tires are properly inflated before running them on road.
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Bumping an old thread. Did y'all end up ordering the Falkens? How do you like them?
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Bumping an old thread. Did y'all end up ordering the Falkens? How do you like them?
I ordered the Falkens and am quite impressed with their road noise and off road abuse resistant ability. I beat the shit out of them for a week at DV and they came out w/o even a sidewall nick.
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I ordered the Falkens and am quite impressed with their road noise and off road abuse resistant ability. I beat the shit out of them for a week at DV and they came out w/o even a sidewall nick.


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