They definitely look beefier as they are AT tires. 225/65/17 is 28.4" where the largest OE size is 28". So 0.4" more will not cause any stress on your drivetrain.
I just called my dealership in Scottsdale, AZ and they quoted me $145. They also mentioned needing to adjust the gear ratios in my transmission. Anyone else heard THAT?I'm considering getting some Geolandars before winter but would like to have a accurate speedometer. I called the dealer to see how much it would cost to reprogram the speedo if I bump up size from stock to 215/70R16. They said IF they could reprogram, it would cost around $100 Can someone confirm they had the speedo adjusted from the dealer and how much. Thanks.
For the small difference in OD of tire and change in actual speed vs real speed, I wouldn't bother changing or reprogramming the speedo or speedo gears. With it only being a difference of 1.19mph at 65mph, just know to set your speed at that much below at highway speeds. Generally, you'll be within the acceptable level if a cop clocks your speed...within a 5mph tolerance. Most officers will let you slide if you're under 5mph over the speed.I just called my dealership in Scottsdale, AZ and they quoted me $145. They also mentioned needing to adjust the gear ratios in my transmission. Anyone else heard THAT?
I believe the AT G015s are replacing the AT-S, so I'd get those.I'm in the market for new tires on my stock '14 Latitude FDII with the 17" rims. I'm stuck between the yoko geolander A/T-s and the A/T-G015.
Anyone have any recommendations / opinions that can point me in the right direction? (PS: 2nd post ever!)