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  1. Join Date
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    #991
    been using yokohama geolander at/s for 2 months now para sa eve namin....

    hands down ako sa performance,

    so much quieter than bridgestone dueler(lasted 4 years) and kumho road venture apt(lasted 3 years)...
    although at tire siya, its very quiet, superb grip, side wall doesn't flex easily even when loaded or on tight curve at high speeds..

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    #992
    Quote Originally Posted by geeno View Post
    sirs, pa suggest naman ng 205 70 15r pang innova po. upgrade ko lang from 65 series, para medyo tumangkad.

    thank you..
    I see some Innovas using Bridgestone Desert Dueler HT, Goodyear Wrangler HT, or Yokohoma Geolandar HT. it's more expensive than the usual passenger tires for thee Innova but expect these to be more durable on bad roads and perhaps, last a little longer.

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    #993
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    I see some Innovas using Bridgestone Desert Dueler HT, Goodyear Wrangler HT, or Yokohoma Geolandar HT. it's more expensive than the usual passenger tires for thee Innova but expect these to be more durable on bad roads and perhaps, last a little longer.
    And noisier.

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    #994
    Quote Originally Posted by miko101130 View Post
    been using yokohama geolander at/s for 2 months now para sa eve namin....

    hands down ako sa performance,

    so much quieter than bridgestone dueler(lasted 4 years) and kumho road venture apt(lasted 3 years)...
    although at tire siya, its very quiet, superb grip, side wall doesn't flex easily even when loaded or on tight curve at high speeds..

    sir miko,

    how much did you pay for the yokohama gaeolander a/t? i'm torn between the goodyear wrangler and yokohama geolander for my fort.

    thanks.


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    #995
    For those who are using Yokohama aspec ( seen this tire on most innova's ), any feedback?

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    #996
    Quote Originally Posted by kasper View Post
    For those who are using Yokohama aspec ( seen this tire on most innova's ), any feedback?
    this is the OEM tire of innovas. even the thread is not a V-thread pattern, you can hear a soft humming sound when driving to concrete and uneven surfaces. the sound it makes for me is bearable, not that loud like the nankang and wanli brand.

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    #997
    Quote Originally Posted by Baldo View Post
    sir miko,

    how much did you pay for the yokohama gaeolander a/t? i'm torn between the goodyear wrangler and yokohama geolander for my fort.

    thanks.


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    yan din pinag pilian ko, kung yokohama geolandar at/s o goodyear wrangler AT/SA,, mas maganda ang yokohama... compare ko siya personally, pumunta pa ako servitek... in the end para sakin mas ok both itsura at specification wise...

    yung yokohama binili ko sa tomas mapua.. got it for 8500 per piece, way cheaper than yokohama dealers,
    30x10.5xR15 yung sa eve...

    hindi ka magsisi sir sa geolandar basta AT/s, kunin mu sir yung OWL, yung meh white outline...

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    #998
    I'd also recommend the Yokohama Geolander. I have a set installed that's done 25,000 so far and the tread is still pretty thick. I keep them inflated at 34psi.

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    #999
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    ^ I use LM703s on my Corolla (215/50R17) and there is tyre noise but i'm not much bothered by it (25,000kms already at this point). Perhaps its noticeable on your Camry if you came from Bridgestone tyres before as i usually found the Bridgestone tyres to be generally quiet (at least with the the Turanza line we used before). I'm running anywhere from 35psi to 37psi. Switched to nitrogen too, mainly so i don't have to air up too often. My tyre pressure has hardly changed in over a month.
    sir vinj, any idea po ba san pede mag pa nitrogen ng tires? thanks?

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    #1000
    Nitto Invo's are probably the best track and summer tire for me. A bit pricey though. I have them in my STi and it's pretty good.

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