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Has anyone had any experience with the Falken Wildpeak AT3W?
They seem to be a good value option with plenty of great reviews from the USA. I’d be looking at the 275/55R20 for my 2015 Grand Cherokee. Wanting a good all round tyre for plenty of gravel work along with sand and snow and occasional rocks while still being alright on the road.
I’ve been looking at all the options ah these seem to come out on top. If anyone has any other suggestions they’d be appreciated too
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I have had the Wildpeaks now for nearly 40,000 including towing a Lotus 3.5t van and an Ultimate camper on another trip to Lawn Hill, Burketown and Karumba.

I am just about to head to Broome, Gibb RR and the Tanami. Had them checked by the Tyrepower dealer who said they are still in great condition.

They are showing very little wear. They are quiet, hang on really well but haven't used them over rocks. I would highly recommend them.
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I have the Wildpeaks on my JK Wrangler, they're pretty good. I don't notice much road noise and they're pretty good off-road. I went up to the high country over Australia Day weekend and had no problems whatsoever. Pretty much all of my mates run them of they haven't got muddies and nobody's complained yet!

There's a big difference in the tread between tyre sizes though. A 16" has a lot more than my 18" ones do!

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I have had the Wildpeaks now for nearly 40,000 including towing a Lotus 3.5t van and an Ultimate camper on another trip to Lawn Hill, Burketown and Karumba.

I am just about to head to Broome, Gibb RR and the Tanami. Had them checked by the Tyrepower dealer who said they are still in great condition.

They are showing very little wear. They are quiet, hang on really well but haven't used them over rocks. I would highly recommend them.
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I have the Wildpeaks on my JK Wrangler, they're pretty good. I don't notice much road noise and they're pretty good off-road. I went up to the high country over Australia Day weekend and had no problems whatsoever. Pretty much all of my mates run them of they haven't got muddies and nobody's complained yet!

There's a big difference in the tread between tyre sizes though. A 16" has a lot more than my 18" ones do!

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Thanks very much for that. Seems like they’re a pretty good tyre. I think the 20” ones have around 10mm of tread when new so not heaps
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