The Eagle GT II is Goodyear’s Performance All-Season tire developed for the drivers of sports cars, coupes, performance pickups and sport utility vehicles looking to combine classic styling with all-season traction. The Eagle GT II is designed to offer predictable handling and year-round traction in dry, wet and wintry conditions, even in light snow.
The Eagle GT II features an aggressive independent block tread design with stable shoulder tread blocks separated by full-depth lateral grooves to enhance cornering power while improving wet traction, and siped center tread blocks that provide hundreds of biting edges for light snow traction. The tire’s internal structure features twin steel belts reinforced by nylon for strength and high-speed durability combined with polyester cord body plies to enhance ride comfort.
|Max. Inflation Pressure||Tread Depth||Tire Weight||Rim Width Range||Meas. Rim Width||Sect. Width||Tread Width||Overall Diam.||Revs. Per Mile|
|420 A A||2,094 lbs||44 psi||11/32"||34 lbs||8.5-10"||9"||10.7"||8.3"||29.8"||702|
|420 A A||2,403 lbs||44 psi||11/32"||38 lbs||8-10"||9"||11.7"||10"||31.2"|
|420 A A||3,086 lbs||50 psi||11/32"||50 lbs||8.5-11"||9.5"||12.4"||10.5"||32"||653|
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I can only assume these were the original tires when I bought my truck 2 yrs old (2005) w/ 12,000 mi – it now has 30,000 & I need a new set. I’m disappointed in the amount of miles I’ve gotten out of them. I’ve seen reviews from guys who’ve gotten 50-65K miles on them but I don’t see how. I check the tire pressure religiously in all my vehicles tires & have kept the pressure (38) slightly above what the truck specs calls for. For the most part, the majority are summer highway miles. I’m starting to look for new tires & I’ll only buy another set if they’re significantly less then other comparable tires.
Best tire I have ever purchased for a midsized suv. All around an awesome tire from price to performance.
Switched to these after only having stock summer tires. Driving in the snow is a pleasure to say the least.
I got 80,000 miles out of a set of these tires. No more need be said.
I purchased the pickup late October 2011 these are the tires that came on it from factory and they have been great, figured like most trucks I’ve owned over the years that I would be getting new tires about 30000 but not with these, there is about 35 percent tread left. They are great in the rain and decent in light snow. I drive 25 miles to work all on pavement with 12 miles of that on interstate. I would buy the same tires when it comes time too.
Front end vibrated at 65-70 mph immediately on purchasing these tires. They produce way more road noise than OEM tires. Ride is harsh. Despite being “all season” they are terrible in the snow. Nearly bald after 30,000 miles of relatively sedate driving. Will never purchase goodyear tires again.
great looking tire, great performing tire, but after a bad experience with Goodyear many years ago I swore I would never again purchase them. I tried this set out and was pleasantly surprised, they were great tires over the summer. I put them away after a seasonal cleaning and inspection, when I took them out last week there was a bulge in the sidewall. They are a year old with very little treadwear but I now have to replace that tire. bitten by Goodyear again. When these tires become due for replacement, they WILL be the LAST Goodyears I buy.