New 35.6" Geolander MT

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Put these on today.
Ordered them at discount. They are a Yokahama 315/70r18 Geolander M/T G003, which Yokahama calls a 35.6x12.4.
I've had these tires on other rigs and I consider them to be all around better than Toyo MT.
Discount will mount them on your stock rims.
I'm still apprehensive about going to the 37's, just not sure if I want that much size...
I'l see how these do after a couple weeks, and if I dont like them I'll just get the 37's, wheels, and a carli 2.5 BC.

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They certainly look great. I don't have any experience with Yokohama at all. I am a fan of the Toyo AT but I don't like the Toyo MT. My experience was not good with the one set I had so it doesn't surprise me that you like these more.
 
Put these on today.
Ordered them at discount. They are a Yokahama 315/70r18 Geolander M/T G003, which Yokahama calls a 35.6x12.4.
I've had these tires on other rigs and I consider them to be all around better than Toyo MT.
Discount will mount them on your stock rims.
I'm still apprehensive about going to the 37's, just not sure if I want that much size...
I'l see how these do after a couple weeks, and if I dont like them I'll just get the 37's, wheels, and a carli 2.5 BC.

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How are they in the rain? They look great!
 
How are they in the rain? They look great!
At the end of the day, they're mud tires--so not great in terms of corning traction with lots of torque and a light rear end. But I've hit rain in my old pair on my old truck at 95mph plus and felt great.
 
Ordered them at discount. They are a Yokahama 315/70r18 Geolander M/T G003, which Yokahama calls a 35.6x12.4.
I've had these tires on other rigs and I consider them to be all around better than Toyo MT.

Based on what? Traction? Tire life? Price?

I only ask because I've been running Toyo MTs on all my trucks for 10+ years, and they've been way beyond impressive.
 
Logan, they have a great aggressive look. I’ve been patiently waiting (who am I kidding painstakingly waiting) for my Silver F350 Platy to come to me. Mine was supposed to be here around Christmas but should be here this week. Seeing your beautiful Silver Platy has gotten me so excited.
I ordered the Carli Pintop 3.5 with all the goodies. 8,400$ but there’s a 12-15 week wait. CJC took a 100$ refundable deposit. If you have even a slight interest in doing going Carli BC you may want to order it and worst case when it comes in cancel your order and get your deposit back. The ride quality is supposed to be much better but that price tag is tuff to justify.
Logan great looking truck and best of luck with your beast my brother. Keep posting pics of everything you do to her. Your pics made my morning. Thanks for that. ???????
 
At the end of the day, they're mud tires--so not great in terms of corning traction with lots of torque and a light rear end. But I've hit rain in my old pair on my old truck at 95mph plus and felt great.
What about noise, how quiet are they? Also what kind of mileage did you get out of your other rigs?
 
Based on what? Traction? Tire life? Price?

I only ask because I've been running Toyo MTs on all my trucks for 10+ years, and they've been way beyond impressive.
This tire was actually engineered to beat the Toyo MT in literally every category--and at a lower price point. I've also liked the Toyo, but the ride, traction (on and off road), noise, and longevity are all better. They also have better stopping distance in rain due to some compound they use in the rubber. The only thing I can't speak to is long term wear from towing frequently. I dont tow very often.
 
What about noise, how quiet are they? Also what kind of mileage did you get out of your other rigs?
They are the quietest MTs I've ever seen/heard, especially considering how aggressive the tread is. TBH, I can barely hear them in the tremor. I've never had them long enough to run down to nothing, but I ran 40k on my tundra with plenty of tread left. I've read about people getting 60-70, though I think that might be a stretch.

it's worth doing some research on them. They're an extremely impressive tire.
 
Logan, they have a great aggressive look. I’ve been patiently waiting (who am I kidding painstakingly waiting) for my Silver F350 Platy to come to me. Mine was supposed to be here around Christmas but should be here this week. Seeing your beautiful Silver Platy has gotten me so excited.
I ordered the Carli Pintop 3.5 with all the goodies. 8,400$ but there’s a 12-15 week wait. CJC took a 100$ refundable deposit. If you have even a slight interest in doing going Carli BC you may want to order it and worst case when it comes in cancel your order and get your deposit back. The ride quality is supposed to be much better but that price tag is tuff to justify.
Logan great looking truck and best of luck with your beast my brother. Keep posting pics of everything you do to her. Your pics made my morning. Thanks for that. ???????
By 3.5, do you mean the 2.5 or 4.5 on their website?
 
By 3.5, do you mean the 2.5 or 4.5 on their website?
The 2020 and 2021 sits 1” lower as per the 2019. So the Pintop 2.5 is actually now the 3.5 for 2020 or later years. I went with the progressive leaf pack set up but if I went with the Pintop 5.5 set up I would need air bags. I’m probably going to get air bags but I’m waiting till I get an RV. I believe the Pintop 3.5 only raised yhr truck 1 1/2” but my Method Double Standard wheels with 37” Ridge Grapplers will then give me 2” more to be 3 1/3” higher than stock Tremor. That’s what I believe was explained to me. CJC Off-road has Utube videos with the Tremor set up with both set ups. It’s what got me to say I want thee Ed truck to go 40-80 mph on snd off the road and drive like a Cadillac. So they say. They show on another video with the FX4 Super Duty and he’s TOOLIN OFF ROAD like 70mph and the cab was really steady.
As I waited months for my build to be here all I did was watch ever Utube video on Super Dutys and mods for Super Duty’s. Great vids out there.
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The 2020 and 2021 sits 1” lower as per the 2019. So the Pintop 2.5 is actually now the 3.5 for 2020 or later years. I went with the progressive leaf pack set up but if I went with the Pintop 5.5 set up I would need air bags. I’m probably going to get air bags but I’m waiting till I get an RV. I believe the Pintop 3.5 only raised yhr truck 1 1/2” but my Method Double Standard wheels with 37” Ridge Grapplers will then give me 2” more to be 3 1/3” higher than stock Tremor. That’s what I believe was explained to me. CJC Off-road has Utube videos with the Tremor set up with both set ups. It’s what got me to say I want thee Ed truck to go 40-80 mph on snd off the road and drive like a Cadillac. So they say. They show on another video with the FX4 Super Duty and he’s TOOLIN OFF ROAD like 70mph and the cab was really steady.
As I waited months for my build to be here all I did was watch ever Utube video on Super Dutys and mods for Super Duty’s. Great vids out there.
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Yeah, I've watched most of their videos. I just ordered the BC, torsion sway, and hight mount stabalizer, and maybe I'll upgrade to the king shocks later. I'll probably run these Yoka MTs in a 37x12.5 with methods.
 
Yeah, I've watched most of their videos. I just ordered the BC, torsion sway, and hight mount stabalizer, and maybe I'll upgrade to the king shocks later. I'll probably run these Yoka MTs in a 37x12.5 with methods.
I do like the aggressive tread pattern on the Yoko’s and they are very competitively priced. I’ve also heard that they are extremely quiet for an MT, some have said they are comparable to an AT when it comes to road noise. You definitely picked a winner on that set of tires.
Just out of curiosity, I know on the website they claim the diameter to be 35.6”, have you put a tape measure to them now that they are mounted and have the weight of the truck to see how tall they are now vs. what what the specs say?
 
Yeah, I've watched most of their videos. I just ordered the BC, torsion sway, and hight mount stabalizer, and maybe I'll upgrade to the king shocks later. I'll probably run these Yoka MTs in a 37x12.5 with methods.
Sweet. I’m syched for us both. I ordered from CJC on 11/23. So Feb 15th would be 12 weeks and March 8 would be the later time frame.
I went with Machined double standard wheels instead of the black that are so popular. I keep second guessing my decisions. I bought 2,500$ worth of lights for the truck. Power Stop Brake set up front and back rotors and pads. Pedal Monster, and vinyl lettering for Platinum Badge and hood and glove box. I’m going to get every mod I can get. Got a new hook got the winch also. But I keep buying stuff and the truck isn’t here yet. Any day now. Sorry I didn’t mean to hi Jack your thread my man.

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This tire was actually engineered to beat the Toyo MT in literally every category--and at a lower price point. I've also liked the Toyo, but the ride, traction (on and off road), noise, and longevity are all better. They also have better stopping distance in rain due to some compound they use in the rubber. The only thing I can't speak to is long term wear from towing frequently. I dont tow very often.
Of course - everything out there claims to be better than everything else.

What sort of tread life are you actually getting out of these?

I had Toyo MT’s on my last F250 and I was nearly ready to replace them after 55k miles, went down to discount tire, they measured the tread and said “you have at least another 5k-10k miles left on these..” Pretty awesome considering I was ready to buy new ones right there..

They also had around 5k-10k miles towing a 42’ toy hauler 5th wheel.

I was equally as impressed by my next two sets of RT’s, however this go round I tried the RidgeGrapplers for a change.. Happy after a couple hundred miles.
 
Of course - everything out there claims to be better than everything else.

What sort of tread life are you actually getting out of these?

I had Toyo MT’s on my last F250 and I was nearly ready to replace them after 55k miles, went down to discount tire, they measured the tread and said “you have at least another 5k-10k miles left on these..” Pretty awesome considering I was ready to buy new ones right there..

They also had around 5k-10k miles towing a 42’ toy hauler 5th wheel.

I was equally as impressed by my next two sets of RT’s, however this go round I tried the RidgeGrapplers for a change.. Happy after a couple hundred miles.
All I can attest to is that I've ran them both and think the yokas are better in literally every category.
 
Of course - everything out there claims to be better than everything else.

What sort of tread life are you actually getting out of these?

I had Toyo MT’s on my last F250 and I was nearly ready to replace them after 55k miles, went down to discount tire, they measured the tread and said “you have at least another 5k-10k miles left on these..” Pretty awesome considering I was ready to buy new ones right there..

They also had around 5k-10k miles towing a 42’ toy hauler 5th wheel.

I was equally as impressed by my next two sets of RT’s, however this go round I tried the RidgeGrapplers for a change.. Happy after a couple hundred miles.

I had 50k miles on my last set of Toyo MTs as well. Pretty good life for a mud tire.
 

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