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tires #7499568 04/29/19 04:00 PM
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I am looking at the falken wildpeak tires and heard that they loose 2 miles per gallon running them on a f-150 does anybody running these tires and is it true also how do you like them

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I run them on my f150 eco boost 4wd. I run 33s with a leveling kit and get 15-17.


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Really depends. More aggressive usually means more rubber hitting the ground so yeah they may loose a little bit 2 mpg sounds excessive. One thing I remember is they seemed heavier than some other brands but Iíve been away from the tire business almost 3 years now.

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If you keep it the same size I don't think you will loose anything.

If you go bigger/smaller your speedometer and odometer will be off if you do not get them recalibrated as will your computer generated fuel economy.


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If you use same size and they are much heavier, they will hurt your MPG in stop and go situations.
On the highway, not so much once you are rolling.


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