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Greetings all!

I live in Montana and frequently drive my 12 Crosstour AWD on Forest Service or State roads that are gravel or more typically unpaved. I am wondering if anyone has a good tire suggestion for tread strength as well as sidewall. Traction is also a priority.
Falken has their Wildpeak A/t Trail that looks interesting. Has anyone had experience with them.
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I'm not sure if you've made any decision yet but as of yesterday one of the three lifted crosstour guys (he doesn't really use the forums alot), just ordered some of the Falken's but I'm not sure when he'll have them mounted and can give an opinion. I just ordered some Yokohama Geolander A/T G015's and I'm hoping they will be on before Memorial Day if not by the end of May for sure and I'll let you know my experience.

From what I've heard from the Subaru off road community both the Yokohama's and Falken's are highly respected but if you're on pavement and highway's more often than not then the Yokohama's are better for that.
 

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My 240k mile Crosstour just got a 2nd set of Sumitomo HTR AS P02 100V High Performance directional tires from Tirerack. If you want a tire that can hold a 70mph corner, this is it. They have a max inflation rating of 51psi. I inflate them to 36psi cold. Good for 60k miles or 2 years. $100 each is a great deal.
 

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I can confirm the Yokohama's Geolanders I used can hold 60+ around a decent highway off-ramp corner. My wheels are also spaced so I have a wider stance that helps too but these tires always seem to have grip.
 
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