Discussion in '2005 - 2015 Toyota Tacoma' started by wbfischer, May 4, 2019.

  1. wbfischer

    wbfischer Active Member

    Falken widepeak atw3 in either standard load or light truck
    Hankook dynapro at-m? They run about the same price.
    As far as use they will be on boat ramps, in the woods for hunting and everyday driving. Thanks for any input.
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  3. lcarrasco212

    lcarrasco212 Well-Known Member

    I don't have any experience with either. Most people would probably go with the falkens. They've been proving to be a solid tire
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  4. B-Man

    B-Man Well-Known Member

    Agree with Icarrasco, the Falkens have been getting good reviews!
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  5. OP

    wbfischer Active Member

    A question to go with that. Would you guys go with 245 or 265? Also any knowledge on largest aspect ratio tire I can fit withput problems? I thought about going To slightly larger tire nothing crazy
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  6. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    What do you have? 2005 Tacoma 4wd? Prerunner? 2wd? lift? Stock tire are 245 or 265? rim size, 16x7? 17x7.5?

    4wd or prerunner Tacoma 265/75/16 or 265/70/17 on stock is the largest you can go.
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  7. OP

    wbfischer Active Member

    The 265/75r16 are what I was thinking of going with. Currently have the 265/70r16
    I figured an inch in diameter difference shouldn't be problematic
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  8. Ricks2012

    Ricks2012 Well-Known Member

    Thanks :D I've been wondering what size tire I could go up to on my 17 inch rims with a stock suspension.
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  9. Default User

    Default User Active Member

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  10. kp.taco

    kp.taco Well-Known Member

    I have the dynapro atm's. 265/70/17 they're good tires, no complaints here. I'd buy them again
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  11. kp.taco

    kp.taco Well-Known Member

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  12. Garrick

    Garrick Well-Known Member

    Love my Wildpeaks, about 15k miles on mine so far and not a single issue with their performance in dry, rainy, snowy, or muddy conditions. Very quiet for an aggressive tire as well (and you can’t beat the price!).
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  13. OP

    wbfischer Active Member

    I'm torn on the Goodyear Wrangler Authority for $149 or the Falken wildpeak at3w for $143 both seem to have good reviews. I believe the Goodyear Authority is a Walmart only Tire anybody have any experience with them?
  14. Garrick

    Garrick Well-Known Member

    I picked up the Wildpeaks from Amazon for $120 each, thought once you mount and balance the price you posted might be better.
  15. OP

    wbfischer Active Member

    I saw the $120 set as well. The ones i saw were standard 4 ply tires. The ones in my post are the beefy 10 ply slightly deepee tread as well. Ill check amazom though. Walmart has the wildpeak for $119 but they are rhe standard tire
  16. OP

    wbfischer Active Member

    Anyone tried running the skinny tires? Honestly thinking about going with the 235 85 16 falkens.
    Im generally either on the highway or if off road its usually muddy. See a lot of good things on jeeps running the 235s with great success
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  17. OP

    wbfischer Active Member

    Well found a good deal locally on some kelly edge AT there isn't much online about them. Not a lot of good but not a lot of bad. They look real nice grip the ground great so far. Time will tell. But $105 a piece I was happy
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  18. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I like tall and skinny.
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  19. Frank l

    Frank l New Member

    I just put on some general Grabbers and I like them , plus did not break the bank
    only $110 each at wall mart.
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  20. Scott Wyman

    Scott Wyman Well-Known Member

    Got any photos?
  21. Frank l

    Frank l New Member

    I am new here and able to post links or pics yet , just search them and you find many pics, I had them
    on during a snow storm in WV and they did great.
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