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Tires--Yokohama Geolandar A/T GO15
I have a 2006 GMC Sierra 1/2 ton 4x4 Crew Cab, it came with Bridgestone Dueler A/T tires similar to the RHS model. I replaced them at 65,000 miles with the RHS and now have 135,000 and need a new set of tires.I was wondering if any of you guy's have had any experience or Good Luck with the Yokohama Geolandar A/T GO15 tires, a friend has mentioned them and they seems like they might be a Good tire but would like some other opinions. Kurt
I had the geolanders on my Tacoma. Got about 75k out of them. They never let me down.
I had the Geolanders on a Tundra. I also got about 75k out of them, and they were great tires. It was a number of years ago, and I don't know if the tire is still made the same as it was then, but I was very happy with them.
StickFlicker and Yooper,do you guy's know if you had the LT tire or the P metric.
I just put them on my 2500 diesel and so far so good. They aren’t too noisy and track good. I have gone thru some pretty good mud (no snow yet!) and I had no trouble. I paid 1100.00 at Tire Rack. All the tire sites I looked at rated them good.
I'm pretty sure I had the LT, not sure what the P metric is.
StickFlicker,same tire but lighter duty.
I have them on my 2017 F250. I like them with one exception - driving on gravel they pick up rocks and subsequently throw them off when you pick up speed. I have never had tires pick up rocks to the extent of the Geolanders.
Doc my Bridgestones did the same thing with the rocks.
so does my bridgestones, comes with the tread, great tire for snow where I live and soft roads
i posted about these tires on the recent thread about general tires. I purchased LT275/70R18 yokohama geolander g015 within the last month for my ram 2500. so far, I am happy with them. I agree with pig doc, I live on a gravel road and they do pick up a lot of small rocks.
what sold me on the yokohama's was the tread on the LT series, the mountain/snowflake symbol for winter travel, price, and the little weight they took to balance.
Im running them on my Tacoma, excellent tire, low noise, great traction in rain, snow. Good, durable tire, for the price. I paid 130.00 apiece thru my local garage. will get them again.
Put em on the wife's suburban. Been a great tire. She's not doing any off roading or anything like that but dealing with snowy/icy roads and we take it camping in the summer. Would buy them again for sure.
What are you guy's running on your Tacoma's and the Suburban,the LT's or the P rated tire. Thanks so far ,let's hear some more good things I hope.
Ran them on a f150 company truck and an f250 power choke company truck they couldnt hang with Michelin but were probably 2nd best out of all iv tried.
Im running LT's on my Tacoma
No self respecting truck owner deliberately runs a p metric tire!
Put some 285's on my son's 4 Runner a year and a half ago and those are really good tires. He has 16" rims a slight lift of 2". Looks and rides great. I'd have put them on my Titan if they had 285's for a 18" rim.
If the price is right, buy. Got Nick's at Tire Rack in IN when I was in South Bend.
I had them for my Tundra. Terrible in snow, my anti lock breaks were always kicking in at stops. I had to apply breaks ever so slightly. They began cracking within a year and would wear down very quick, so I had to rotate them quite frequently. The rubber is too hard IMO. I had two sets and they needed to be replaced after two years.
I have some flavor of Geolandars as OEM on my Subie Forester.
Averaging 30 MPG overall ; just short of 60k and I’m going to replace them for the winter. Consumer reports rates that line as just Fair for Wet/Ice braking; can't really disagree.
I WAS able to drive up some pretty darn slick snowy/icy/unplowed roads, though I see that CR rates the H/TG065 as just Fair in Snow Traction.
Overall, I’m not Wowed, but no real complaints...
GF I think the H/T GO65 are a all season tire,I think I like the A/T GO15 better,I don't get off the road to much but still like a tire with a little more traction when I do.Any body else have any experience with these tires ?
I had the Geo Lander A/T on my dodge 3/4 4x4, got 65K+ out of them, great tires. I now have the Cooper Discover ATP and have put 65K+ on them and 1/2" tread left. I know my trk is a 3/4 ton but that says a lot about both brands, the difference is $1200 for Geo Landers, $970 for the Coopers (that's mounted and everything), plan on new set of Coopers this spring.