325 hp / 400 lb⋅ft
Looks like they released March 1st. If I was in the market, I'd be inclined to give them a go in the 225/65r17 as they come in at the same weight as the Wildpeak Trail but include XL load rating.I was just looking at these last night as chance would have it. I didn't realize they were new!
I need the specific tire model to calculate.I have a quick question about poke/tuck. If I were to get 17x8 wheels with a 35 offset (on 235/65/17 tires) - how much poke/tuck would you estimate there would be?
I tried using the chart to do the math myself but got lost a few steps in 😂
I mentioned earlier in this thread that the 235/65/17 A/T3W are not the standard A/T3W. They are a watered down version, which explains their lightweight. However, for poke comparison (estimates):I'm thinking Falken Wildpeak AT/3Ws (or maybe Falken Wildpeak Trails, not really sure on the differences)
Oh that's right, that was that one size where, because it was a stock tire for that truck, was made less robust than the usual. Weird, but thank you very much for the info!I mentioned earlier in this thread that the 235/65/17 A/T3W are not the standard A/T3W. They are a watered down version, which explains their lightweight. However, for poke comparison (estimates):
FWP A/T3W Front: +13 mm, Rear +6 mm
FWP A/T Trail Front: +11 mm, Rear +3 mm
Nitto Nomad Grappler: +12 mm, Rear +5 mm
The 225/65r17 Nitto is a hair less in diameter than the Wildpeak Trail so I don't foresee any wheel well rub issues. The numbers come up similar to bayareamazda's fitment:Hey @KuroCX30, could you plug in Falcon V2 17x8 wheels, ET +30 offset, (V2 - Matte Black 17x8) and the Nitto Nomad Grapplers in 225/65R17 (Nomad Grappler | Nitto Tire) into your chart to see what issues I'd have? Not sure if your spreadsheet is setup that way with formulas or you're manually inputting each point of data.