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Falken wildpeak at3 toyo open country at3 or nitto ridge grappler


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So I'm down to 3 tires. I'm from PA  I got a 2021 gmc sierra elevation  I don't go off road at all . But I'm looking for an aggressive tire look but not a mud tire.  But good for everyday driving..snow rain .dry pavement.   Any suggestions on these tires or other tires you'd recommend?  275 60 20  is my size 

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I've got no experience with either, but I'd like to sprinkle some insight.

 

The Ridge Grapplers don't look very snow friendly.  Not enough sipes to handle water either.  The Terra Grappler G2 has full depth sipes for water and snow traction.

 

I would be between the Terra Grappler G2 and the Falken A/T3W.  

 

That said, we've converted some KO2 people to the Firestone Destination XT and they love them.  

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just got the toyo open country 3 in 275/60r20. They look great, hopefully the ride is good. Got them cause I wanted the three peak stamp for the winter76350419-965A-4881-9DBE-4A4C9DEBC7FD.thumb.jpeg.45b319d20b7d7abc586d80c9bef0be04.jpeg
 

 

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Ive ran falken Wildpeak at3w for the last 4 years on every vehicle. For the price, ride quality, thread lift and quietness of them you really cant go wrong. They arent as aggressive looking as the ridges but still look nice to me 

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