These are what have been on my 20101st set Stock BFG’s AT - 1 out of 5 starsPros
– Good dry asphalt traction..?Cons
– Only lasted 39k miles and was slick as a peeled onion, gummed up in mud, never balanced right, rough ride, noisy considering it to be an AT. Had chunks broken off the outer lugs.
2nd set Fierce Attitude MT (knock off Goodyear Dura-trac) – 35x12.5x17 – 4 out of 5 starsPros
– Performed well in mud, wet slippery clay, dry road, and wet road. Lasted and amazing 54k miles and still sold them for $300. An awesome all round tire. Was quiet for the first 40k miles. Did not show signs of chunking, very mild cupping in the later life. I put them through every terrain in the southeast (no snow though). Balanced out every time, great road manners for a MT. (I would have ran these again if they made a 37")Cons
– Load capacity (D rated 35) Even though the max psi was 50, I ran 60 psi cold in them for the life of the tire and they wore perfectly. Would bury quick in sand if you weren’t careful, as with most MT’s if not aired down. *I never air down for sand, too much around here and I would need an onboard compressor to keep up with that demand…3rd set Yokohama Geolandar AT-S – 37x12.5x17 – 5 out of 5 stars (so far) Pros
– Awesome road manners, excellent wet and dry road traction. Super quiet, truck rides better than it ever has. Best tire I’ve seen yet for sand, especially loose beach sand. Very, very little weight to balance. Deep tread for an AT, I’ve got a little over 10k miles and tread looks like it’s doing fine, been rotated once, no cupping so far. Handles muddy dirt roads great, only hiccup I’ve seen so far is sticky red clay will gum them up, tap the throttle and they clean out easily though. All other mud is no issue but obviously not a MT. Light weight so mpg and braking is not hindered. Side walls are tough considering a Tacoma side swiped the front right tire and basically totaled out his bed but the tire only had paint on it, no tears or cuts or even bad scuff marks. Cons
– Other than gumming up in sticky red clay, none as of yet, they’re doing exactly what I purchased them for. They are a D rated tire, however, the load capacity is high enough with the 37’s.
Random internet pictures of each, showing tread pattern in the order of review...
Well, I've had the 37's Yoko's for a little over a year and 36,000 miles. Which I have come to the conclusion that I would rather a tire wear out in a year than last longer because I want to try different ones.
My first impressions of these tires were spot on and basically nothing has changed. They balance good every time, have not had any loss in wet weather performance, they are still pliable. Still do great in the sand. And it looks like they have a long way to go before needing to be replaced. I like them very much and if I were the type to run the same tire, this would be it so far. They are a great all terrain tire and have gotten me everywhere I wanted to go.