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Wildpeak AT3W

Wildpeak AT3W

The Falken Wildpeak AT3W is one of the best value for your buck tire. Tier One Quality at a Tier 2 Price. This All-Terrain Tire is a great value minded tire with the on and off road enthusiasts. The Wildpeak AT3W comes with a 55,000 mile warranty and is snow peaked rated. Handles well in the mud, snow, rocky terrains but also lasts well on the highway. The Wildpeak AT3Ws is one of the most sought out tire and sold in the market today. Adams Tireworx recommends this tire for those who want an aggressive look, handles great on the highway and off road, and "maximizes your Transportation Dollar!" The Wildpeak AT3Ws does offer a Road Hazard Protection Plan with the purchase of the tires. The tires are incredibly quiet and smooth.  Trevor, our General Manager, was able to test these tires in the Las Angeles mountains and boy o boy, these tires handle. On the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, the tires had no problem rock crawling, getting through the mud, and drove w ... read more

24 Hour Roadside Assistance

24 Hour Roadside Assistance

Adams Tireworx now offers a fantastic value to our customers! 24 hour roadside assistance for those unplanned events that cause a need for a tow truck to come rescue you! Wether you are locked out of your car, need a jumpstart, flat tire assistance (ugh who likes those?) towing to your nearest auto repair shop (Adams Tireworx? Adams Autoworx?) need some gas and so on! It is available with any purchase here at Adams Tireworx and is good 24 hours a day, 365 days a year anywhere in the United States and Canada! Think of it like a mini AAA service, which you should get too! Have any questions about the roadside assistance or how to get AAA roadside assistance at a great price, give Adams Autoworx and Adams Tireworx a call

Tire Anatomy

Tire Anatomy

   Ever wonder what the numbers on the side of your tire mean? As seen on the graphic, the first letter, “P” in this case stands for passenger car tire, on some light duty trucks you will see “LT” before the number. That tells the technician that the tire has either a 6-ply cord in the tire or a 10-ply cord designed for heavy duty and can carry a certain amount of weight. The first number in the graphic shows 215 which is the width of the tire tread from shoulder to shoulder where it meets the road. The following number “60” is the “Aspect Ratio” and that percentage is taken from the tire width and how high or low the tire is made from the wheel to the tread. The next letter is in most cases “R” which means this tire is a radial tire that does not need a tube inside the tire to hold the air, you will also see “T”, “ZR” for examples showing that the tire is made for a different purpose. The num ... read more

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