New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

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New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by coder » Sat Feb 08, 2020 8:17 pm

Picked up a new set of tires today Yokohama X-AT's in 35x12.5-17 it's a fairly new Extreme AT tire comparable to the Toyo RT or Nitto Ridge Grappler take a look.

https://www.yokohamatire.com/tires/geolandar-x-at
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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by DamageWagon » Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:04 pm

Nice!!! The hybrid AT/MT style tire is getting very popular. Interested to hear how you like them. Yokos tends to be light weight and quiet.

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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by coder » Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:20 pm

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The Yokohama X-AT #5.jpeg
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The Yokohama X-AT #2.jpeg
Vehicle: 2007 Power Wagon Quad Cab - Factory Options (Inferno Red, Premium Cloth Bench Seat, Light Group, Automatic Transmission, Leather Steering Wheel)
Suspension: Carli 3" Hemi Coils, Carli Control Arms, Carli King 2.5 Pin-Tops, Carli Stainless Steering Stabilizer, Carli Trackbar | Synergy 1" Rear Shackle
Performance: Magnaflow Muffler | Magnaflow Y-Pipe
Wheels/Tires: Yokohama X-A/T 35x12.5x17
Steering/Drivetrain/Axles: Carli Front Diff Guard | Dynatrac Ball Joints | Mopar HD Steering Gear
Miscellaneous: Line-X Bedliner | Locker Bypass Switch | Mopar Rock Rails | Odyssey Extreme 65-PC1750T | Performance Friction Brake Pads | Weathertech Digital Fit Mats | Winch Thermal Protection Bypass

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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by Chubbs » Sun Feb 09, 2020 12:26 am

I've had mine since early December. Very quiet, and they have done really well off-road so far. 6 inches of wet sloppy snow over mud and wet sand was no problem at all. I'm really interested in how they will deal with snow on the road, but the white stuff has been largely absent this year.
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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by shayzj » Sun Feb 16, 2020 8:28 pm

Just put a set on my 05. Like them alot so far. Sidewalls are thick. Heavy tire compared to past Yoko's.

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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by ghaugo » Thu Apr 23, 2020 8:59 pm

How have you guys been liking the X-AT's? They look like a great solution to an all around tire for these trucks and I like the look. I was wondering how they were performing and if you had done any significant winter driving in them yet. They look like they would do pretty well in snow and ice even without the snowflake rating. How is the road noise and ride?
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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by coder » Fri Apr 24, 2020 1:59 pm

ghaugo wrote:
Thu Apr 23, 2020 8:59 pm
How have you guys been liking the X-AT's? They look like a great solution to an all around tire for these trucks and I like the look. I was wondering how they were performing and if you had done any significant winter driving in them yet. They look like they would do pretty well in snow and ice even without the snowflake rating. How is the road noise and ride?
I like mine so far but haven't had them in the dirt yet since the socal lock-down. As far as winter driving there is no siping, I'm sure in deep snow they would be fine but for icy winter roads probably similar to Toyo RT's or the Nitto Ridge Grappler.
Vehicle: 2007 Power Wagon Quad Cab - Factory Options (Inferno Red, Premium Cloth Bench Seat, Light Group, Automatic Transmission, Leather Steering Wheel)
Suspension: Carli 3" Hemi Coils, Carli Control Arms, Carli King 2.5 Pin-Tops, Carli Stainless Steering Stabilizer, Carli Trackbar | Synergy 1" Rear Shackle
Performance: Magnaflow Muffler | Magnaflow Y-Pipe
Wheels/Tires: Yokohama X-A/T 35x12.5x17
Steering/Drivetrain/Axles: Carli Front Diff Guard | Dynatrac Ball Joints | Mopar HD Steering Gear
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Re: New Tires Yokohama X-AT 35's

Post by Chubbs » Sun Apr 26, 2020 3:20 am

I've been in the dirt a lot with mine. They have performed well in the wet and the dry. I normally spend weekends in snow, but the with the lockdown we haven't been going to Mammoth.
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