Yokohama Geolandar H-T-S G053

2.83

(10) Customer Reviews

Price Range:  USD $142.99 to $209.99

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Light Truck Load Range E specifically designed and constructed to handle the heavy-duty pounding of day-to-day commercial applications.

  • Three-ply casing construction handles heavy loads at highway speeds and delivers outstanding durability.
  • Deeper groove depth contributes to longer wear, and enhanced wet and all-season traction.
  • Wider, solid centre rib adds durability and greater directional stability at highway speeds.
  • Proprietary tread compound increases treadwear, reduces tire squirm and heat build-up without sacrificing wet and dry traction.

Overall 

2.8

Yokohama Geolandar H-T-S G053
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Dry
(3.1)
Wet
(2.6)
Snow
(2.0)
Handling
(3.0)
Comfort
(3.0)
Noise
(3.1)
Treadwear
(2.9)
Overall:
1.6
Dry
2.0
Wet
1.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Noise
2.0
Treadwear
1.0

these tires suck bad.. the worst I've ever had.. I wouldn't put these on again even if they were for free.. the suck on wet road surfaces, lose traction on an exit 2 or 4 wheels, and forget about using these in any kind of snow.. a half inch of snow and these are like playing hockey on ice in dress shoes.. waste of 1200.00.. the only thing they might be good for is setting them on fire and rolling them back into the plant.. and everyone that I know that has them says the same thing - too bad I didn't ask ahead of time..

Size: 245/75R16

Vehicle: 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 Dr Extended Cab Pickup, 6 Ft Bed LT with 19308 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 1/8/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
1.6
Dry
2.0
Wet
1.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Noise
2.0
Treadwear
1.0

these are actually the worst tires I ever had.. they suck big time.. you couldn't give me a set of these for free.. traction on light wet surfaces suck, the vehicle breaks free on an exit at 18-22mph, and in a half inch of snow forget about it - 4 wheel drive means nothing, it's like running in new dress shoes on ice.. little traction off the line, zero turning control, double the stopping distance.. they were like this when they were brand new, and the same after 15000 miles.. I've plowed with bald tires that put these to shame.. what a waste of money - which I want back.. every day on the road, and never knowing when they're going to lose control just sucks.. don't ever think about getting these, there are far better choices out there for similar money..

Size: 245/75R16

Vehicle: 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 Dr Extended Cab Pickup, 6 Ft Bed LT with 24135 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 1/8/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
2.0
Dry
3.0
Wet
1.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
1.0
Comfort
1.0
Noise
2.0
Treadwear
4.0

I have never submitted a review but I will this time. Oh, and nothing mechanical is/was wrong with the vehicle. As an experienced driver licensed to operated many different vehicles, owned trucks for many years, including this one - these have to be the worst, or second worst (mastercraft for 2 days and ripped them off) tires ever. I wouldn't give you 50.00$ each brand new. From the start, one will notice that they are very 'hard', transmitting just about every imperfection in the road surface. Sluggish handling thru cornering - presenting a rougher ride. In the rain, they will break away from the surface easily - I know it's a heavier vehicle, but 35 on an exit and one can feel the beginning of 4 wheel slide. Not what one should expect for any realistic money spent - maybe on used bald tires, but not new and praised tires. And keep this in mind - for the first few weeks, until worn in, they exhibit left-to-right wandering down the road - kind of like a boat at 50+ - a constant correcting to stay in the lane. After approx. a month it settled in. NOW - for snow - in 1/2" of coverage - these tires suck bad. Heavy slipping under easy acceleration, the front end simply slipped thru the corners - continuing straight until it caught - at 10-15 mph and FORGET ABOUT STOPPING - at 20 mph approaching a stop sign it took over 100-120ft before it slowed to 5 mph - right thru and luckily the approaching vehicle had better equipment. Cautiously I managed thru that day - not what I would expect for roughly 1000k. Onto the next 3 storms - 3" and 8" and 11". The same results, and the deeper the snow, the less mobile you will be. I've had muscle cars with over 400 hp, racing clutches and tight gears and still had far better traction and control - and this truck is 4 wheel drive. I have consistently used Goodyear SR-A's on this truck (and previous trucks + Wrangler AT's) - 3 sets prior, with zero issues. DON'T BUY THESE - THERE ARE FAR BETTER ALTERNATIVES.

Size: 265/75R16

Vehicle: 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 Dr Extended Cab Pickup, 6 Ft Bed LT with 24135 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 2/5/2016 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
4.8
Dry
5.0
Wet
5.0
Snow
4.0
Handling
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Noise
5.0
Treadwear
4.0

Excellent, economical all-around LT tire.

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Anonymous made this review on 3/28/2011 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
1.0
Dry
1.0
Wet
1.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
1.0
Comfort
1.0
Noise
1.0
Treadwear
1.0

 

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Anonymous made this review on 2/17/2011 and is a Cautious, Reserved Driver

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Warranty summary for replacement tires purchased on or after 03/Jan/2017

Treadlife Warranty

None

Uniformity Warranty

1 Year / first 2/32" wear

Workmanship Materials Warranty

5 Years / Free replacement first year or 2/32" of wear, then prorated to 2/32" remaining depth

Manufacturers Road Hazard Warranty

None

Manufacturer Warranty Brochure

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Manufacturer Special Warranty

None

Special Notes:

Warranty information provided may be innacurate, or may be out of date. Please see official manufacturer's warranty brochure for specific details.

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