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Goodyear Wrangler HT
Goodyear Wrangler HT
  • Price Range:  USD $157.99 to $276.99
    All Season

    Wrangler HT is designed for light trucks, vans, 4x4s and RVs. Its versatility keeps you going on the highway, in the city and on the beach in any kind of weather.

    • Two sturdy steel belts give rugged penetration resistance and durability.
    • Patented, Allseason tread design gives the driver confidence on the highway.
    • Two ply radial polyester cord body provides dependable wet-weather traction and comfortable driving and positive steering response.

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    Overall: 4.4  
  • 12/9/2008
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    96' F-150 4x4 - LT235/75R15 - I've put 52,000 miles on these tires and they still have at least 5,000 left in them. Traction in snow is not so safe now but in previous winters was everything I needed. Originally in Minneapolis, MN (snowy), now in Gunnison, CO (extremely snowy). I would recommend these tires but am going to try something with more traction. Very quiet tire with long life, never had to balance them after initial installation.
    Overall: 1.8  
  • 1/18/2006
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    2002 Jayco Class C MotorHome - 225/16 - These tires are unsafe. Tires only had 13,000 miles on Class C motorhome . During summer trip on hot highway had 2 blowouts on 2 separate incidences. One on the way out and the other on the way home. Tires came totally apart. Goodyear did replace under warrantee but pro rated them. On fall trip one of the remaining originals lost it tread. Luckily no one was hurt and no damage to motor home. Have Michelin on my F250 ford superduty and love them. Will be putting Michelins on the motor home in the spring.
    Overall: 2.0  
  • 8/4/2005
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    winnabago 22ft chevrolet chasis - 7.5r16 - had total tread flyoff going 50mph on very hot hwy. Ties were properly inflated, and tread depth was good. Tire had low milage, but was mfg in 95. no dry rot was evident on tire walls,but the tire store told me this happens when the tires get this old..unfortunately, i have three others on the winnie the same or near same age. will report if the others separate like the one did!!!
    Overall: 1.9  
  • 3/10/2005
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    1996 Isuzu Rodeo - These things were terrible. The original tires were Goodyear A/Ps. They lasted over 80,000 miles so I decided on another set of Goodyears. Salesman talked me into HT because I did not do much offroading and they would give a better ride, etc. Since getting them, I have been stuck once in snow (not deep), once in wet grass (a little muddy). They are noisy and the ride is actually worse! Never again!
    Overall: 2.4  
  • 12/2/2004
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    Chevy G30 Van - Just terrible in the wet. They were on the van when I bought it and I am getting rid of them even though they still have 75% of their tread. Several heart-stopping moments in the rain even when being very, very cautious!
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