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Old 12-05-2019, 02:13 PM
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Yokohama Geolandar X-AT

The online vendor pics don't do this tire justice. The tread voids are wide and the blocks are huge. Wear indicators, siping, 19/32 tread depth, two sidewall designs to pick from, 3-ply sidewalls, bead protection flange, etc. I think this tire might be the next big thing.

Can't wait to try them out in the snow and ice this winter and then hit some mud when spring comes.

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Whats the weight for a 285/70/17 and a 315/70/17?

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Great looking tire... Very heavy and all E-rated. I had high hopes, but can't handle the weight and load ratings...
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They don't make a 315/70. They do make a 35x12.50. It goes 69.5 lbs. on my bathroom scales, which is right in the middle of the pack for this size of tire.

The Goodforayear Duratrac is listed at 62 lbs. on the low end, and the General Grabber X3 is listed at 77 lbs. on the high end, so these fit perfectly in the middle of the pack by weight. Not bad at all for such a rugged, 3-ply tire.
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I have looked at them as my Cooper dealer sells Geolander tires. They do look nice and aggressive. They get good reviews. I am the odd duck that likes the 3ply sidewalls. Most of my wheeling is in sharp rocks and sticks
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I am curious you have a JT and Patagonia's are they worn out already? or like me and just like to change tires often
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Tire on the right looks a lot like a KO2 sidewall.
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^Yep, at first quick glance I thought he was doing a comparison with one.
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I am curious you have a JT and Patagonia's are they worn out already? or like me and just like to change tires often
I like to change often. Too often. These Geolandars are going to go the distance unless I end up having a manufacturing issue with them, which is unlikely for this brand.

Honestly, the Milestars were excellent tires and I wished I'd kept them. Almost bought another set of those instead, but I like to try new things.
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I like to change often. Too often. These Geolandars are going to go the distance unless I end up having a manufacturing issue with them, which is unlikely for this brand.

Honestly, the Milestars were excellent tires and I wished I'd kept them. Almost bought another set of those instead, but I like to try new things.
oh I understand the tire addiction.
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I still love the Milestars... 15/32's after a year and still smooth and quiet for an MT. No feathering and do everything I ask them to do. Like them enough that a set of 33x12.5r15 are likely going on my LJ next year.
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A local dealer offered me these YOKOHAMA
GEOLANDAR X-AT LT305/70R18 set of 4 installed balanced out the door $1200. Is that a good price? I currently have Mickey Thompson Bahas that have gone 60,000 miles but they are starting to dry rot and the ride is very bumpy on the pavement which is 95% of my driving.
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I really like the look of these tires. An AT, but I do not do much mud anyway. Probably pretty good in the rocks. Probably wont make it in a 40 though.
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A local dealer offered me these YOKOHAMA
GEOLANDAR X-AT LT305/70R18 set of 4 installed balanced out the door $1200. Is that a good price? I currently have Mickey Thompson Bahas that have gone 60,000 miles but they are starting to dry rot and the ride is very bumpy on the pavement which is 95% of my driving.
That sounds like an OK price, but not a great price. For 5, it would be a great price. For 4, he is basically selling you the tires at normal price and giving you mount and balance for free.
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Yea I didn't realize the mark-up on tires. They were $300 each at Tire Rack but not including tax, mounting, and road hazard warranty so I went with a local tire company I have been dealing with.

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