Falken Wildpeak AT3 235/70/r16 on my Limited

Discussion in 'Renegade Wheels & Tires' started by A.J., Apr 19, 2019.

  1. A.J.

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    I have read a lot of posts here and did plenty of research for the right tires. After finding these on Amazon for $104, I was sold. Sears installed for $70. I picked up some 16” stocks on OfferUp and had them mounted with the new tires. The 18” are nice but I think this is a much better look. Not as heavy as BFG, no rubbing, lift or spacers either. The only issue was making sure the weights (for balancing) were placed on the lower lip, nearest the the actual rim so they don’t rub against the calipers. There is very little clearance on the outer rim and the Sears weights were just a hair thicker than the stock weights. I’m very satisfied with this upgrade. I’ll post more pics when I get her washed. PNW spring rain is in full effect right now. :)
     

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  2. A.J.

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    Cleaned up
     

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  3. Mrsig

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    It looks real nice!
     
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    Did the new tires give the Renegade a slight lift? Those tires look really nice, thanks for posting.
     
  5. A.J.

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    Yes. It does feel a little taller. The ride is slightly different in that you can feel the weight a little more, but I imagine BFGs are worse. A little MPG loss, but mine did pretty darn well to start with so no complaints. I absolutely love the look. It feels like a 4x4. It didn’t before. I also considered the General Grabber AT3, but price point was higher. If you want lighter weight, Grabbers are probably the way to go. I’m very happy with the Falkens though.
     
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  6. A.J.

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    Also, I haven’t experienced much of a noise issue with these.
     
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    Did you say you did not have a lift kit or spacers??
     
  8. A.J.

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    That’s right. I didn’t want to hassle with a lift and I just don’t trust spacers. Wanted something I could pop right on the stock specs and this did just that. So no mods at all.
     
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    That looks great, I may do this on my trailhawk. I don't want to deal with lift either.
     
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    Looks awesome!
     

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