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Dueler A/T or Yoko Geolander A/T

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Old 02-24-2006, 02:20 AM
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Which tire is better? I'm going to buy new tires when I am home over spring break(working=$, vacation= -$$). I've heard great reviews about both, my roomate has the Geolanders on his 01 Jimmy and they seem really good, a little noisier than the Dunlop Radial Rovers I have now.
 
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Dunno man, I have Firestone Destinations. Tread pattern good enough 4 me.

Get some IROK's installed.
 
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haha, yeah, along with a 10"lift, custom bumpers, solid front axle, a 350 V8, and many other things a college student wishes he had money to do
 
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they'll look great on your 2 1/2 ton Rockwells.
I know j/k
 
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I wonder how extreme you could really go on a Blazer. It would cost a fortune, but I'm sure someone could put Unimog axles, a 6.6L Duramax, 46" IROKs, etc...
 
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that would be killer
 
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Ive got 33" Dueler A/T's on my 81 Jimmy and they at least look good. I have been able to take them out and try them in mud or snow or anthying yet.
 
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i got the yokos on my blazer, and i got no complaints. definatly great in the snow!
 
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Default RE: Dueler A/T or Yoko Geolander A/T

How extreme. lol

There are guys out there with the 2 1/2 ton Rockwells and 44-49" tires and running the 4.3L V6. Some like the 350/350 engine tranny combo.

I my self am running 33" tires on a 2putt8. Next step is Dana44 front axle and 14ff rear axle. Then I will drop in a bigger engine.

Personally, get yourself the BFG All Terrain tires.
 
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