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Thread: 2013 SEMA Falken NEW Mud Terrain Tire

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    2013 SEMA Falken NEW Mud Terrain Tire

    Here at long last, I present to you the all new Falken Mud Terrain tire on display at the 2013 SEMA Show. Check it out...














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    Still looks alot like an all terrain. I like it

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    Man, Falken is just really not into doing anything very aggressive are they. Hope the sidewalls are at least stronger than the Wildpeaks AT's are.
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    Looks like a cross between the Trail Grappler and Toyo Open Country MT.

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    What pictures are you guys looking at? This tire looks nothing like an AT tire, and it looks plenty aggressive. I'd run it on my Jeep.

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    Definitely looks like a toyo nitto cross, at least they are copying good tires, looks like they should have brought the lugs on the side walls down a little more, might be easy to slice a wall.
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    About time Falken! Those look great. I hope they release weight/size/cost stats soon.
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    It doesn't look that tough. I'd take a set to try if they were free but I doubt they will hold up as well as a set of nittos or Toyo's.
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    X2 on sizes and costs. My Rocky Mountain ats have been a great tire for me so far, I'd definitely give these a go if the price is right!

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    These will only be available up to a 37. Not sure on cost yet.

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