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    Default 30x9.5r15 Yokohama Geolandar AT-S

    Who has/has had them? I just bought some and they are getting installed next week. Wondering what you guys think?

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    It doesn't have to be this size, you know that right. If you have ever run them at all, I would appreciate your opinions...

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    Hi, I run the LT265/75R16 10 ply Geolanders. I love them It's my second set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bighornkid View Post
    Hi, I run the LT265/75R16 10 ply Geolanders. I love them It's my second set.
    How are they in mud, dirt, snow, wet roads, cornering ?I don't know the conditions you drive in.... How many miles are you getting?

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    I have never been offroad with them but I use them in snow and wet roads. I have driven cross country with them, on two different vehicles. They handle well and give good traction. The 10 ply wear like iron and give a nice firm ride.
    I have about 10k on this set with no noticeable wear. Hope this helps.

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    I have a new set on my 2001 2500HD. They are 265/75/16 on a leveled truck. I like them so far. I just bought the truck from the original owner and he bought them prior to selling it. They are 10 ply and ride good and work well in loose sand. Good luck with yours.

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