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**DONOTDELETE** 06-16-2002 08:44 PM

Scorpion A/T\'s or Geolandars A/T\"s?
(2000 2wd GMC w/3" Fabtech Lift).
Spent money on lift...have very little resources left... but in need of some decent aggressive looking tires...Have researched tire rack,, and there are 2 inexpensive tires w/good reviews but would like better info from actual users out there. Anyone have anything good or bad to say bout the geo's or scorp's. Greatly preciate any type of info on these 2 tires... looking for 285/75-16 tires. Drive bout 60% hiway rest offroad @ ranch.

ratlover 06-17-2002 07:54 AM

Re: Scorpion A/T\'s or Geolandars A/T\"s?
Have the geolander2 on my 97 z 71. They do great on the highway and on pavement.....nice and quiet(my other truck has superswampers so you so I guess its realative but I cant hear the yokos).....they look pretty aggressive. Great road manners(helluva lot better than those crappy stock goodyears). only have 6000 miles on em so I cant tell you about wear. They do great in the snow. They do good in the rain(havent hydroplanned yet) I think the suck in the mud(but I am used to my super swampers so this is probably realative[img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img][img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]) I think they are a good AT type mostly street driven kinda ride thingy...they work great for my usage. I bought mine from think thats the address) for 102 a peice and 40$ shipping(all 4) and got em in a week. Good tire IMO

I was torn between those 2 abd basicly flipped a coin

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