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Old 09-03-2020, 11:29 AM #31
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The Nitto Terra Grappler tires that bought from 4wheelonline is the best all-terrain tires that I ever had on my 4runner.
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I'm looking to replace my stock tires and I think I've narrowed it down to the Falken Wildpeak AT3 and the LT Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 in stock size. I knocked the KO2s out because of snow/wet concerns and the Toyo AT3s are more expensive than the two finalists. Cooper AT3s are in third place.

Any pros and cons of either to help sway my decision? Also, what load/rating do you recommend?

I live in Colorado and spend the summer on the 4x4 roads to hiking trails and the winter on I-70. Everything is stock and I likely won't make any major upgrades/mods anytime soon ($$).
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@LittleHorn81

The yokos will probably perform the best for I-70 winter conditions out of all of those. I'm in SLC so similar types of conditions as you, but still wanted a functional winter tire as I'm not to the point where I want to do a dedicated snow tire. I went with Wildpeak AT3Ws, but in the C load 275. Only limited testing so far, but compared to my buddies in 265 P, his definitely have a little better performance in the winter/wet based on the silica. I really wanted C load as I've had puncture/durability problems with my last set of tires that were a P rating.
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You may want to read this article if you are in search of an off-road tire. BFG T/A KO2 is my favorite, I find it versatile as it can handle any road and weather conditions. I use the customer support button on shops like 4wheelonline to find out which set is suitable for my car.

Best 4Runner Tires - Our 6 Top Reviews for 2020
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Falken AT3W.

Great on storming rain, snow, and offroading.
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