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Re: Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S Anyone have?



Right after I got them on. Love these tyres! Good grip and got to see how they handle a slippery on-ramp that my old Generals would break loose on. Can't wait for the snow. They look great on the Jeep and I feel a little higher off the ground too! Love my Ronnin II's not as popular as some of the other Jeep wheels they look real nice when they are all cleaned up!
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Re: Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S Anyone have?

the Hankook's have slightly more aggressive tread blocking. And if there is room already I would advise not trimming the bolt unless absolutely necessary. Unless you intend to have a shop change your bushing out when it is time. And by the way with a 265 and spacer you would definitely rub without a lift. The way the wheel way is designed you are pushing the tire into the back fender.
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Re: Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S Anyone have?

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the Hankook's have slightly more aggressive tread blocking. And if there is room already I would advise not trimming the bolt unless absolutely necessary. Unless you intend to have a shop change your bushing out when it is time. And by the way with a 265 and spacer you would definitely rub without a lift. The way the wheel way is designed you are pushing the tire into the back fender.
I'm going to be trimming the bolt, there is millimeters of clearance between the bolt and the tire.
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Re: Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S Anyone have?

Should not cause any problems, but have at it if it makes you more comfortable.
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Reviving an old topic - those who have the Geolandars on a WK2, what pressure are you running them at ? I've just had a set out on my new car and the tyre dealer told me to increase to 40 PSI, a lot higher than placarded.
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Re: Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S Anyone have?

do you have a pic of the jeep with the 255/65s, zoomed out?
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do you have a pic of the jeep with the 255/65s, zoomed out?
I do I do, please standby.
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Yokohama Geolander A/T-S. 255/65/17 on stock Ronin II's on my 2005 Grand Cherokee Laredo. Stock suspension.
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