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  • Yokohama Geolander G015 110H or 119S?

    Hi all,

    I am on a set of Yokohama Geolander G015 (265/60R18) with 110H rating, and just found out there is a more recent G015 with 119S rating when I went to get a quote.
    Looks like I am staying with the 110H, as that is cheaper, and has been performing great.

    Does anyone have any experience with the G015 119S?

    The 110H has 1060kg/tyre, 210kmph rating, and the 119S has 1360kg/tyre, 180kmph rating.

    Thanks
    Andy
    150 D4D VX, ARB Winch bar, Yoko Geolander G012, Warn XD9000, OME, ISI bike carrier, second battery with Redarc BCDC1220, Black Widow drawers with fridge slides.

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    I run a set of 265/70/17s for touring, very quiet and grip well, definitely notice the stiffer sidewall & heavier construction when driving compared to the standard 265/60/18 Dunlops. Flip side is an increase in consumption of just under 1 litre per 100.
    They are not the most aggressive AT but suits my use.

    Lee
    '18 VX, Billies with Dobinson springs, Summit bar with Narva Enhanced Optics to help my old eyes

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    • #3
      Thanks Lee. I ended up getting the 119S to try it out, will see how that goes.
      150 D4D VX, ARB Winch bar, Yoko Geolander G012, Warn XD9000, OME, ISI bike carrier, second battery with Redarc BCDC1220, Black Widow drawers with fridge slides.

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      • #4
        18 months ago when I got the Yokos there was not a lot of choice in 265/60/18 LT so please post how you find them.
        '18 VX, Billies with Dobinson springs, Summit bar with Narva Enhanced Optics to help my old eyes

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        • #5
          I did the Beachport to Robe beach track with the new 119S tyres at 20 PSI. No issues with the soft sand at some of the big dunes that I found myself on by accident .

          The fuel economy on highway seems to be a bit worse than the 110H, about 0.5-1L/100km as Lee mentioned

          Overall I think the 119S were a good switch, a bit more aggressive than the 110H
          150 D4D VX, ARB Winch bar, Yoko Geolander G012, Warn XD9000, OME, ISI bike carrier, second battery with Redarc BCDC1220, Black Widow drawers with fridge slides.

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