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Thread: 2013 SEMA Falken NEW Mud Terrain Tire

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    I think they look good.

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    I see they only made four of them for the show.

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    I'm certainly no expert but it does seem like the way that all four rows of blocks line up in the diagonal that there could be some weird lateral stability issues. Then again maybe I've had too much liquid gold tonight.
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    Wonder why the spare is different..... Must be the up the creek choice......
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    They are not much to look at?! I like tires that work well and also have good looks. These tires just don't do anything for me. I like the look of their AT's but these leave something to be desired!

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    What size are the tires in the photo?

    Knowing this info will help put things in to perspective. Typically, larger/wider means bigger lugs and bigger voids.


    Good eye on the spare not matching. That's a pretty big marketing oversight. I wonder who caught flak for that gaff?


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    Not to sure about the look of the tire. Nice rig, but they got the grill wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skid_Kid View Post
    Wonder why the spare is different..... Must be the up the creek choice......
    That's the first thing I saw too, that they put a wildpeak in the back But I am curious about price point and sidewall strength. Not a bad tire manufacturer, but the wildpeaks have no business being on the rocks with those sidewalls.
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    This tire interests me. My JK is a daily driver (too many road miles) and was reluctantly considering the Wildpeak A/T the next go 'round. Hhmmm!
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    These look like a cross between a toyo, nitto and first gen bfg

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