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Old 03-23-2019, 07:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Yokohama Geolander X MT

Looks like a new offering from Yokohama, the offspring of a Bogger and a Mud Grappler!

Offered in a 37x13.50R17, weighing in at only 84 lbs.

Has anyone tried these?

They look like they would work great on the rocks but my only concern is the smallish outer lugs. The outer lugs always tend to chunk on the rocks and I fear since there look to be on the small side that they would be gone pretty quickly.

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I’ve been looking at these too. I think if they were in a sticky you’d have a definite contender for a great rock tire. They remind me of the tires on my rc crawler.
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Look like a krawler rip off to me
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I wish they still made a 38-40” tire. The old geolandars were great in the snow
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I wish they still made a 38-40” tire. The old geolandars were great in the snow
They are doing this one in 40, but no 38. I wish there were more 38-38.5's out there for a 17 in general.
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Look like a krawler rip off to me
How do you figure??

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How do you figure??

You don't see the basic resemblance?
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I wish they still made a 38-40” tire. The old geolandars were great in the snow
They make a 40" in the new Mt
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They make a 40" in the new Mt
Copy, OP said “offered in a 37x....” combined with nothing over 37 when they ditched the old mt, led to my comment
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Copy, OP said “offered in a 37x....” combined with nothing over 37 when they ditched the old mt, led to my comment
They make the xmt in a 40




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Bit of a thread dig, but has anyone ran these? Specifically in the 40x15.50’s?
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