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  • expeditionportalFIeld Tested: Yokohama Geolandar AT G015 - by Basil Lynch (@basillynch)
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    "My plan was to drive to Colorado, I was meeting family in Telluride to celebrate the holidays. Before I left, I was asked by Discount Tire and Yokohama Tire to review the new Yokohama Geolandar AT G015, an all-terrain tire that was built to handle every situation you could throw at it. I decided to turn this trip into a full on tire review, testing the tire from the desert Southwest, up into the high rocky mountains.
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    Coming from an aggressive mud terrain tire, the difference was amazing. Driving on the highway was a completely different sensation, my FJ just felt planted. Not once did I have any feeling of my vehicle wandering across the lanes or grabbing the ruts in the road. Before, on my mud terrain tires, I would have to constantly steer the vehicle to keep it from wandering off the side of the road. With the Geolandars, I would let off the gas and my FJ would just keep rolling down the highway. Before I mounted the Geolandars, I would let off the gas and I would immediately feel a deceleration. This proved to help my gas mileage. I was averaging about 13-14 miles per gallon on the highway before the switch, i’m now getting roughly 16 miles per gallon."
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    Read the whole article on @expeditionportal .
    Click link in our profile .
    http://expeditionportal.com/review-yokohama-geolandar-at-g015/

  • avenue_of_slayThis car is awful uncomfortable..don't be fooled.
  • txpedition.overlandThese rids are super comfortable, at least mine is. And they go everywhere ;)
  • baridley@impulse27 this will be @iamnatev soon.
  • slipstreamimagesWhat wheels are those? Thanks!
  • warbike39I have almost 40,000 miles on my Yokohama Geolandar M/T's. They are 315/75/16 mounted on my lifted 95 Cruiser...they have been from Mexico to Alaska and everywhere in between and I love them....keep on Truckin!
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