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Recently put on some 35x12.50R17 Falken Wildpeak AT3W's and the truck has developed this pulsation like feel throughout the entire chassis. The issue was not there the day I drove to get them mounted and it started just after I through the new wheels and tires on. The wheels and tires were road force balanced by a local shop and they said there were no issues. They also labeled the tires with the recommended mounting location on the truck. You can feel it in the wheel and through the chassis but its not necessarily a vibration of a tire feeling out of balance. The issue starts at 60 mph and smooths out the faster I go but it is annoying as hell. This is not my first all terrain tire but it is the first time I have run the Wildpeaks. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this with these tires and how you fixed the issue because aside from this issue, these tires are way above the Toyo AT2 Extremes and KO2's I have run.
Hi everyone, First off if there is a more appropriate place to post this please let me know and I'll be happy to repost! So to start off I have a 2015 Sierra 1500 with spacers on the top of the shock tower that create about 2-2.5" of lift and 3" rear blocks. I searched over multiple forums but couldn't find anyone with this exact issue. I went from stock 265/70r17 bridgestone duelers to 285/70/r17 Falken Wildpeak AT3Ws. Everywhere I searched it seems that plenty of people run the 285/70/17 KO2s with no issues with a level so I figured these would be the same, unfortunately at full lock the tire rubs on the UCAs. I was wondering what my options here are, the way I see it I have 3 options. 1. Downsize to 275/70/17 AT3Ws and get a little money back 2. Put some spacers on and hope that the UCA rub goes away and doesn't create a problem with the fender liner (I don't know much about these or how far I would have to go with them, I would prefer not to cut anything) 3. An offroad shop said that they could shave down the UCAs if they're the right material (I forget what kind I would need to have, I know that there are 3 different stock options for 2015). Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated! I have 30 days with the tire shop to decide what I would like to do, but I would prefer to get it done sooner so that I can stop worrying about it! Thanks everyone.