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Falken High Country A/T light truck/SUV tires

 

Falken has announced it will begin producing a new line of light truck/SUV tires: the High Country A/T.

Falken has announced it will begin producing a new line of light truck/SUV tires: the High Country A/T.

Falken Tire has introduced a brand new line of light truck and SUV tires tentatively dubbed the High Country A/T line. This new line of tires feature plenty of truck-friendly specs including a deeper tread depth, heavy siping to improve traction in wet conditions, and M+S (mud/snow) rated performance. The result is a well-rounded tire perfect for the the rugged conditions that most light truck and SUV owners subject their trucks to. If you’re not a fan of off-roading to work, the High Country A/T  still delivers stellar performance on asphalt. 

Thirty-four different sizes of these new wholesale Falken tires (metric, floatation, & LT) are schedule to be shipping to regional distributors in the near future. Rim sizes for the new line range from 15 to 20 inches in diameter to offer support for a diverse lineup of trucks and SUVs. Judging by the performance we’ve seen first-hand from Falken’s line of passenger tires, including models like the Ziex ZE-912 and the ZE-512, we’re expecting the Falken High Country A/Ts to be a top-seller in the industry.

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One Response

  1. Matt says:

    I bought a set of these tires for my 90 4Runner 2 months ago and love them.Badass tires,look great to.

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