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hari2m



Member Since: 23 Jun 2020
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United States 2015 Range Rover 5.0 SC V8 Mariana Black
2015 Range Rover tyres for All terrain

I am looking for some offroading in Moab, UT and I want to buy new tyres for my rover. It is a 2015 Range Rover Full Size. Currently I have 275/45/R21 on them and have less than quarter inch thread left on them. I will be driving from Des Moines, IA and will be towing a trailer. As I do not have enough space in my house I do not want to maintain two sets of tyres. Is there a tyre configuration that will allow me to use for offroading (Beginner level) and will help me tow longer distance trips and also handle the snow weather in my location?

I really want to maintain two sets but my wife will not let me fill my garage with tyres as I already have a set of Giulia tyres hanging on the garage wall.

Post #569703 13th Oct 2020 3:17pm
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IGP



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United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Siberian Silver

Try General Grabber AT3. These are what I have fitted to my Discovery 3 V8. They are pretty good tyres.

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1990 Defender 90 200Tdi
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Post #569719 13th Oct 2020 4:31pm
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Vogue



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United Kingdom 2017 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Carpathian Grey

I’ve got Cooper AT3 in 285/50/20 - fit perfectly and look well L405 Vogue SE 4.4 V8 DIESEL ~ #16

Post #569737 13th Oct 2020 7:31pm
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GraemeS



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Australia 2012 Range Rover Autobiography TDV8 Bournville

If you're prepared to change to 20" then there's quite a selection in 275/55R20 which is slightly oversize but by all reports don't rub anywhere and fits in the spare wheel well. I'm a fan of the Pirelli AT+ being quiet and a good compromise all-rounder. Mine on my L322 get a good work-out in all conditions although no snow yet, but they have the light snow classification.

Post #569758 13th Oct 2020 9:11pm
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Dave.N21



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Australia 2016 Range Rover HSE SDV8 Indus Silver

I didnt want to start a new thread so ill just post in here.


I am also looking at getting some AT, I live in Perth Australia where there is the coastal playground to explore and lots of sand tracks.

I currently have 22inch and looking for some 20inch as I have read that is the smallest size I can go due to the front brake discs on the 2015 SDV8 L494.

Sizes to consider are:
285/50 (wider tread, less sidewall)
275/55 (narrow tread, more sidewall)
Or
255/55 (original)

What are the offsets specs for the rims on the 20inch rims to fit on the SDV8?

Once I find the 20inch rims, I consider getting 275/55, for more sidewall and to stay within speedo readings.
Possibly Coopers AT3 or Nitto Ridge Grapplers.

I would love to use the RRS off road but not with 22inch rims haha.

Any one in Perth that take their L494 RRS off road? Always optimistic, unless Censored really hits the fan

Post #578485 5th Jan 2021 7:03am
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FFRR64Royal



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United Kingdom 2015 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Firenze Red

Vogue wrote:
I’ve got Cooper AT3 in 285/50/20 - fit perfectly and look well


Vogue, our SDV8 has standard 255/55/20 tyres with ET8.5 alloys. Do your 285/50/20 fit to the rims okay and do the tyres perform well?

I am looking to change our tyres and am looking at the Cooper AT3 sport 2 so would appreciate your thoughts.

Post #578940 7th Jan 2021 10:40pm
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Vogue



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United Kingdom 2017 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Carpathian Grey

Yes, they fit perfectly on the std 20” wheels - the Cooper AT3’s are the best AT’s I have had - they are far better than the General Grabber and we have had 3 sets of those and still have a set on another 4x4, and streets ahead of the BFG which grip appallingly in the wet and perish before they wear out. I definitely would buy the Coopers again and would highly recommend the 285/50/20 size - they are quiet, speed rated for the RR, handle perfectly in the wet on tarmac and good in mud. And they look well without appearing a bit red neck.

Totally off topic ish - but also got a set of Toyo muds on a Defender and they are better that the Cooper Muds which they replaced - so I’m am not being just brand loyal to Cooper with the RR tyres - but can give an honest opinion based on experience L405 Vogue SE 4.4 V8 DIESEL ~ #16

Post #579000 8th Jan 2021 8:09pm
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Bloke



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Scotland 2009 Range Rover Vogue TDV8 Buckingham Blue

This might help, somewhat. https://www.tyrereviews.com/Article/HT-vs-...n-Snow.htm

Enjoy the trip, go safely.

Post #579003 8th Jan 2021 8:38pm
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Jayk69



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United Kingdom 2012 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Barolo Black

I second what Vogue said although no experience on a Fatty i had them on my V6 Navara they were great 2012 Vogue 4.4 TDV8 - Current
2014 Navara V6 - Gone
2004 Vogue TD6 - Gone
Grand Cherokee - Gone
Discovery V8 (LPG) - Gone
Discovery TD5 - Gone

Post #579051 9th Jan 2021 12:20pm
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