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Anyone Have Experience with Dueler AT Revo 3?

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I'm looking to possibly replace the OEM Hankooks with something with better grip in all conditions but I don't want to sacrifice on mpg (as much as I can) and noise.
I've looked at all the common choices and compared and narrowed my search down to the following:
1. Continental TerrainContact AT
2. Toyo AT3 (non LT)
3. Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo 3 (I think what comes on the Explorer Timberline)

There is plenty of info on the Continentals and the Toyos but I haven't seen much of anything on the Duelers. The Duelers are the lightest of the three so they should get the best mpg. Curious if anyone out there has had them.
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I replaced my Hankooks with falken wildpeak ht02. It's a very nice quiet ride. I didn't want A/T tires. They pick up two many rocks and fling them at your truck. I haven't noticed any drop in MPG's either.
 

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I'm looking to possibly replace the OEM Hankooks with something with better grip in all conditions but I don't want to sacrifice on mpg (as much as I can) and noise.
I've looked at all the common choices and compared and narrowed my search down to the following:
1. Continental TerrainContact AT
2. Toyo AT3 (non LT)
3. Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo 3 (I think what comes on the Explorer Timberline)

There is plenty of info on the Continentals and the Toyos but I haven't seen much of anything on the Duelers. The Duelers are the lightest of the three so they should get the best mpg. Curious if anyone out there has had them.
I put them on my 2016 F150 a few years ago replacing a set of Toyo AT2s and didn't like them at all compared to the stock Goodyears? and their replacement Toyos. Lack of wet grip was my main complaint. Traded in that truck with them on on still and not looking to go back to them.
 

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You may find this thread of interest.

https://www.f150gen14.com/forum/thr...ctory-33s-vs-lt-34s-tires-fixed-course.19977/

This review is a pretty thorough
https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp?ttid=240

I have LTs which will have different performance characteristics. One of the lightest LT 34" tires. I got a great deal on a nearly new used set. I prefer the looks of the the nittos, but the tires were essentially free with the purchase of the wheels and look much better than the hankooks.
 
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I've had Duelers on a 99 Explorer AWD and a 05 F150. They are a good riding tire but for road and field use I like the Destination AT better but that's just me personally.
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