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255/80R17 Falken Wildpeak A/T3W on a dually

Any body running 255/80R17 Falken Wildpeak A/T3W tires on their dually. I'd like to go a little bigger in diameter on my stock rims and was considering these. I was wondering if anybody had any experience with them? road noise, handling, snow/ice performance, etc?

96 F250, 2wd regular cab. bone stock, 235,000 miles.

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I had them on my old Dodge Dually before I got my F350. I liked the tireís looks and did not have any complaints about them performance or noise wise. I wanted to get another set when I put new tires on the F350 but they didnít come in the size I wanted.
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I had them on my old Dodge Dually before I got my F350. I liked the tireís looks and did not have any complaints about them performance or noise wise. I wanted to get another set when I put new tires on the F350 but they didnít come in the size I wanted.
Thanks Wildcard. I found a tire that I think fits my needs better and edited this post. for those wondering his response was about Cooper ST MAXX in the same size.

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I have the fallen wildpeaks on my f250. They have been great tires. They work great in the Houston heat, and they were great in the Colorado mountain snow during Christmas. They are wearing much better than the factory tires so far, too. They are very quiet, and great people n the rain.

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