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Falken Wildpeak 285/75R17 on a Sahara

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It is time to update my tires. Back in 2019 I put on a set of Nitto Ridge Grapplers (on Black Rhino Sidewinders). I like the aesthetic, but I am not a fan of how they help up with my street driving (and even more concerned with my teenage daughter about to start driving it).


This time around I was leaning towards the Falken Wildpeak over BFs.

I never had any rubbing issues/etc with the Nittos. I am also curious to see if that will be the same with these. The Jeep is not lifted, so I am hoping to stay around or under 34 inches if anyone has any other suggestions.

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Toyo A/T III is load range C and 6 lbs lighter. I have 285/75/17 RG’s on my Sahara and have zero complaints in the 2+ years I’ve been running them. Good luck with your search!
 
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Toyo A/T III is load range C and 6 lbs lighter. I have 285/75/17 RG’s on my Sahara and have zero complaints in the 2+ years I’ve been running them. Good luck with your search!
Thanks for the suggestion. If C's on now as well, this is a very good option. Thanks!
 

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I have the Wildpeaks on my ‘19 Rubicon and just now replacing them (56k miles). Obviously, Rubicon sits a little higher but they rode and wore well.
 

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Hey are you considering the A/T or the M/T? I ran NWPs from the factory M/T version and they were super slick on the road. I wouldn't want my daughter driving around with M/T's.
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