Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S
Follow-Up Review: 30,000 miles on tires
This is just an update on these tires. Now that i have 30,000 miles on them. They are pretty amazing in the rocks ( no, not gravel, I'm talking rocks ranging from the size of a cat, to the size of a car, in height) Pretty well in the mud.. As good as an all terrain can get. Pretty stiff sidewall, so you can air down the tires if need be, and not be worried about to much of a sidewall bulge. They're alright in the rain from a standstill. Nothing special, it's more about gas pedal control when it comes to the rain. As with almost all, all terrains, they're very quite on the road.. Unless you get a rock lodged inbetween some of the lugs (which isn't that hard to do with these tires). No lag in response time when you jerk the wheel hard (also known as sidewall roll).As long as you keep the alignment within spec the tire will do wonders. But as soon as your alignment gets out of spec... You will get chunks, sometimes up to one inch, just randomly tear off the tire.
Initial Review: 5,000 miles on tires
Pretty good tire.. Bought my jeep with them on. If you have a stone driveway, I'm surprised theres any stones left after these tires go over it.. They need to make the treads either closer or wider apart. Because the way they are, they pick up any and almost every rock. There is no road noise... When there's no stones in the tires. Wet traction, for me at least, is not to good. But then again, I have a Wrangler. It's mud traction is... Alright. Nothing special... Only have 5000 miles on them and about 98% have been on roads..