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Been looking at Yokohamas Geolander A/T 315/70/17, they are D rated, I believe the load capacity was 3190 lbs at 50psi, as where the new Nitto Trail Grappler E rating has a load capacity of 3195 lbs @65 psi. Will I have issues running the Yoko's, I do not pull fifth wheels or haul heavy loads, just boats and small trailers.
 
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i am looking for the same info, as far as load range D and 50 psi max, holding the weight of our trucks
 

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ran a set on my work van very good tire got around 60000 out of them and that was loaded most of the time. but also a 2wd
 

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I had a set of the ATS' on my chevy when I sold it. They are a very quiet tire that took little weight to balance. The ride was smooth also. I was contemplating putting them on my dodge but they didn't have the look I was wanting.
 

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Well there's two tire shops in the town i live in, and both of the shops recommend geolanders first, any other tires has to be ordered. Every truck/and some SUV's run geolanders around here. I've had about 7 or 8 sets all on diesels pulling heavy loads and i've never had a prob. They are nice long lasting tires. I would defiantly recommend them
 

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...I have had the Geolander A/T-S's on my GMC 1500HD for over 2 years and have had no problems. They are quite, balanced and so far great tread wear. I only tow a bass boat with this truck so the D rated load range is not a factor.

I prefer Michelin, but a friend of mine had these same tires and I noticed how quite they were for an light aggresive pattern, so I decided to give them a try. I also like the way they look under the truck, too.
 

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the yoko ATS are one of the best tires I've had. They are the tire of choice for a DD all terrain tire with all the guys I know with HD rams. Most run the 37x12.5x17 but they are a great tire. Light weight, good mpg, great tread life, strong offroad, great traction, quiet, good sidewalls for a D rated tire, and pretty cheap for the high quality. They have survived some pretty good beatings over the last 20k miles including pre-running stretches of last years Baja 1000 and they still look great. My only complaint is that they dont look very aggressive like a Toyo MT does. My 37''s look more like 35'' tires from a distance.

I run the fronts at 45 psi and the rears at 40 psi unloaded and up the rears to 50 psi when I tow my 12k lb trailer. No problems with them. I will be getting them again unless they make the new DOT General Grabbers in a 37'' tire.
 

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Been looking at Yokohamas Geolander A/T 315/70/17, they are D rated, I believe the load capacity was 3190 lbs at 50psi, as where the new Nitto Trail Grappler E rating has a load capacity of 3195 lbs @65 psi. Will I have issues running the Yoko's, I do not pull fifth wheels or haul heavy loads, just boats and small trailers.
Worst tires Ive ever owned IMO. I did a lot of wheelin and they lasted under 10k, and wandered just as bad as the BFG s I replaced them with. Just my 02 though.
 
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