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Old 04-11-2007, 03:18 PM
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Yes I got the HTS, I'm not off road more than flat hard sand. Several of the "tire guys" told me to get the Yoko's over the Cross Terrains, very similar results from the two and Yoko's $50+ less per tire. I had Cross Terrains of my 03 TB and liked them, almost bought them again. just not for $200+ per set.
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Which Geolanders? If you got the more aggressive A/Ts you would see a drop. I'm guessing maybe you got the HT/S ones which are a less aggressive highway tire. I had the HT/S Geolanders on my summer rims for my Jimmy and I would see a 1-2mph increase when I put them on and took my winter wheels with Deuler Revos off.
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Yes I got the HTS, I'm not off road more than flat hard sand. Several of the "tire guys" told me to get the Yoko's over the Cross Terrains, very similar results from the two and Yoko's $50+ less per tire. I had Cross Terrains of my 03 TB and liked them, almost bought them again. just not for $200+ per set.

Looks like I guessed correctly. I would probably get the HT/S again for a summer tire.
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I run 265/65-17...no clearance issues...all stock suspension. ...265/70-17 will fit without rubbing depending on tread design (highway/off road)... but gas mileage goes down about 3mpg
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Wheel spacers and Tires

That's good information for me too. I'm looking for some wheel spacers for my 05 Trailblazer EXT.
I want to get some more aggressive tires with 10 ply rating. I'm finding out that only BF Goodrich makes 8 Ply in 246/65/17 size.
Where I go off road is very rocky gravel. So far 2 friends have got flats and I have a slow leak in one tire. All of us have passenger tires. I can find 10 ply tires in larger sizes so I will need wheel spacers but I need help on finding some good ones.
Please list where I can get some, or list some brand names for me to research.
Thanks in advance.
John
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