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Old 11-03-2013, 12:55 PM
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Anyone running falken wildpeak a/t?

Has anyone ran these? what kind of mileage should I expect? they claim 50,000. I'm not to worried about off road performance. I've currently got toyo open country m/t but won't use them again. thanks for any help

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Old 11-03-2013, 09:05 PM
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I am running the 305/65/18's. I love em. Good looking tire that is quiet on the highway. I tow a 8000 pound travel trailer with an ATV on a deck on the back and they are lasting just fine. I have just over 30000 miles on mine and they are wearing good with regular rotation.
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Old 11-03-2013, 09:17 PM
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That's what I was wanting to hear. I need something that'll actually last on the highway.
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I ran them for 8000 miles and I didn't like them. I returned them to Discount Tire and had them replaced with Goodyear Duratracs. The Falken's felt squirley to me on the road in wet conditions. Since a majority of the year it is wet here I had to ditch them. They were a good looking tire for a good price though. If you decide to get them I hope you like them!

EDIT: I wanted to add that on previous vehicles I have run Falken tires and absolutely loved them. That is why I decided to put them on the truck when it was time to replace the tires. I wish I had liked them.
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Anyone else? I need to hurry up and get some new ones.

Edit- I would like to get as many opinions as possible before I purchase.
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I ran them on my 01 F150 I had prior to my 250...got great mileage, and was very happy with the ride quality with them. One of the quietest AT tires I've ever run. I can't speak to them on our heavier trucks though. I'm going Toyo Open Country AT2 shortly.
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Yeah the weight of these trucks is what worries me. The toyo's I've got now have a max load rating of 3860 the falken's are 3638 just don't wanna spend 2000 on these toyos again they've been horrible.
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Yeah the weight of these trucks is what worries me. The toyo's I've got now have a max load rating of 3860 the falken's are 3638 just don't wanna spend 2000 on these toyos again they've been horrible.
Your toyos are that bad? A buddy has a 08 6.4 with 37" Tokyo MT, 33k hard miles on them and they have at least 65-70% tread left

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Your toyos are that bad? A buddy has a 08 6.4 with 37" Tokyo MT, 33k hard miles on them and they have at least 65-70% tread left

2005 F350 CCLB FX4
They've been pretty well mileage wise. But ride absolutely horrible. They've been balanced by 4 different tire shops and at about 65 to 72 they'll shake you to death. I had 39.5" Iroks that were easier to balance than these 37's
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What do you have for mileage on them?

2005 F350 CCLB FX4
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