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great tire and ultra quiet !! no shakes and handle perfectly,

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I just turned 50,000 miles on mine and just returned from a 1400 mile trip to Cali and back with the family.

The tires rode excellent and are plenty quiet for family driving. They are wearing down, the sharp edges aren't sharp anymore, but this is after 50k miles. I suspect that I will get around another 10k miles out of them but I have to change them before the end of July when we get our Monsoon Season to start, for family safety sake.

I will be replacing them with the identical brand and size.

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I have the Rocky mountain ATs on my current truck and had the same tire on my 08 tundra. I got 45000 miles out of the first set. I am well pleased with the Falken tires.


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Is anyone else having this problem.

I have 37K on my 265/60/18 Rocky Mountains.

In general I like them and I plan on getting another set, albeit in a larger size.

The tread on the inside and outside edges is almost warn flat, but I have plenty of tread in the middle half of the tire.

The tread on the outside and inside edges isn't as deep as the tread in the middle.
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I have a 2000 SR5 2WD that I bought used a couple of years ago with low mile (87000) and have done upgrades as money allows. The latest was replacing the rotting Duellers with these tires (2657016). I got them at Sears of all places because they gave me a lifetime alignment, road hazard insurance and installation for $635.00. I have had them for only a couple of weeks, but I like them very much.
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I put these on this past summer before we took our annual trip to Cape Hatteras. So far they have performed flawlessly; quiet on the road, handle well, good traction. I am curious about how they do in snow though.

Hatteras was still recovering from the Tropical Storms they has, so a lot of the beach access roads were flooded. 20+ inches of water, loose, soft sand these tires were absolutely amazing! I ran them at about 18 PSI and never had a concern.

Here's to hoping they do as well in snow!


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