I mean ocasionally off-road tyres, like the pics! I reckon Toyota Land Cruiser uses this.Sorry, do you mean like small truck tires?
I was at Firestone getting my wifes' car serviced and looking at tires and was thinking the same thing.
We put 30k miles on our Falken Wildpeak AT3Ws in 2020. We drove through torrential downpours in Florida during the summer with no issue. We drove through the whiteout conditions and icy mountains of Montana, Idaho, and Washington during the middle of winter with no issue. They aren’t that loud on the road. I absolutely love them. I am due for new tires in a month or so and was trying to figure out if I wanted to go with the Wildpeak Trails or the AT3W. The Trails come in the correct size and are less aggressive than the AT3W but I am anxious to hear what you think of the AT3W on this vehicle!I have a 2016 CX-9 touring AWD which is currently on the stock OEM Yokos 255/60/r18. I'm planning on changing to Falken Wild Peak AT3w 265/60r18. This setup is slightly ooutside of the tolerance limit, and there would be a slight change in speedometer, but I guess that should be ok. I've heard good review about the Falken wildpeaks and wanted to try them out.
You’re right. I was looking at the stock 20” size. I should have clarified the vehicle too. I have run the Wildpeak AT3W on our 4Runner. I will be going with a larger size of the AT3W when it needs new tires because they are so good.Interesting, I'm not able to find Falken Wildpeak Trails in 255/60/r18 its only available in "65". Did you run your CX9 on Wildpeak AT3Ws ?
I'm considering the Falken AT3Ws...still happy with that setup?I installed falken at3ws today. Initial impressions :
1.No noticable increase in road/tire noise, I'd say its a bit quite than my oem yokos
2.Steering feels a little light. Have to check the psi and adjust
3.car is pulling left at speeds >60mph, guess the alignment was not done right, will have to take it back in
While your waiting for their response...I'm considering the Falken AT3Ws...still happy with that setup?
Thanks for the update!I've run the falken wild peaks for close to 3k miles now and mist of it has been on long freeway drives. I'm super happy with the performance, I don't find them noisy either.
My gas efficiency has gone down by 1/2 - 1 mpg I guess. Had small opportunity to off-road on a dirt track with some deep ruts and the tires held up well. Waiting for the snow to arrive in New England can't wait to test them out in snow