Best tyres I’ve ever had on my 4wd
Best tyres I’ve ever owned. I’ve had several hiluxs now, all with 31x10.5x15 tyres. I’ve had cooper, Mickey t’s, bf’s, khumo and a few cheapie brands along the way aswell. Last year decided to try the wildpeak at3w. They are an all terrain with a bit of tread on the side wall which provides a bit of extra grip when things get a bit muddy or your in wheel ruts. I’ve just done 50000k on these tyres for about 60% wear. I’ve never even gone close to getting that sort of mileage out of other tyres. Work takes me on plenty dirt road and there’s alway...s a few trips to the snow on windy roads. No issues in the wet. I’m pretty lazy and have only rotated them twice. From memory I paid $190 a tyre. Will definitely be getting another set when these one are done.
Purchased in March 2019 for A$190.00.
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Great warranty and after care service!!!!
Handling is good on road ,very quite on the high way , off road just doesnt lived up to the hype stick with the well known brands !!!! I've purchase a set of 4 tyres from Tampe Tyres (would not recommend anyone “you buy cheap you pay double) Tyre looks good and aggressive but on my first trip offroad just a quick one with the family , 2 off my brand new Wildpeaks AT3 were damaged ! one to the point that is undrivable any more!! we only play a bit in the mud no rocks or uphills very upsetting off course that both Falken Au and Tampe tyre did n...ot agree to honer their warranty (less then one week from purchase ) Very soft tyre stick with the BF AT UPDATE!!!! After going back and forth with Falklan Aus the guys had sent me a brand new tyre !! Have to give them credit for doing so as I was thinking their warranty Was just a marketing stunt but apparently they do stand behind their products!
Purchased in August 2020 for A$250.00.
Questions & Answers
What is the air pressure
Hello l’m having 255/65/r17 A/T3w’s put on my Dmax on Thursday and will be towing a 22’ van would 41-42 psi be ok when towing and 38 psi when driving around town.
Falken give a table for all sizes of tyres on their website so you can look up the recommended pressure for all loads on all sizes.
the latest falken tyres are made in Thailand does anyone know if the quality is the same as the Japanese made falken
Falken hasn’t set a firm release date as of this moment, but have indicated sometime in the first quarter 2016. We have not seen all the specs for every size that will be made available. However, I have found an article that adds some additional details on the size you mention
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