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j_rov



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Off road wheels and tyres

^^^ any recommendations or advice??

Need to drive thru (wide) Greenlanes etc without killing my turbine alloys!! __
2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White
2000 4.6 V8 HSE Oxford Blue
1994 3.9 V8 Vogue Ardennes Green - resto project

Land Rover History:
2010 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography Stornoway Grey
2001 Discovery 2 TD5 GS
1999 Discovery 2 V8i XS
1994 Discovery 300Tdi
1993 Discovery 200Tdi
1989 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.5EFi
1976 Series 3 2.25
1977 Range Rover 2 door 3.5 Carb

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DrRob



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United Kingdom 2011 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Buckingham Blue

General Grabber AT3
255 55 20


 Gone to a good home: 2011 4.4 TDV8 Vogue SE Buckingham Blue with Ivory and clear glass = "Rory"
New Defender D300 90
1974 Series 3 Lightweight = "Millie"
My preferred specialist: www.glenrands.co.uk
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Vogue



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Turbines are 22” and not suitable at all for green lanes you will ruin them - there is insufficient wall depth for anything other than very shallow mud.
I Have a 2nd set of 20” with Cooper AT3’s for anything more than a muddy field. 2021 L405 Vogue SE 4.4 V8 DIESEL ~ #17

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j_rov



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Exactly why I’m looking for something else. Part time use only. Happy to swap all over when I plan to go off the road.

Thanks. __
2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White
2000 4.6 V8 HSE Oxford Blue
1994 3.9 V8 Vogue Ardennes Green - resto project

Land Rover History:
2010 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography Stornoway Grey
2001 Discovery 2 TD5 GS
1999 Discovery 2 V8i XS
1994 Discovery 300Tdi
1993 Discovery 200Tdi
1989 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.5EFi
1976 Series 3 2.25
1977 Range Rover 2 door 3.5 Carb

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Westminster



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Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac are better off road and on snow and ice than a "regular" All Terrain tyre. (Seeing as the title was "Off road tyres")

I've run them all year round on my Ranges for the past 5 years and they're great. They do make a little bit of drone at motorway speeds but nothing too bad and have done trips to Germany and back etc with no problems.

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RiverBlanche



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Hi,

I would just add go for tyres that are true Winter rated (not just m&s Rolling Eyes ) with the 3mpsf marking your covered for the colder months autumn to spring then as well.

ISTR the GGAT3's are winter rated.

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Post #677354 5th Nov 2023 8:13pm
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j_rov



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Westminster wrote:
Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac are better off road and on snow and ice than a "regular" All Terrain tyre. (Seeing as the title was "Off road tyres")

I've run them all year round on my Ranges for the past 5 years and they're great. They do make a little bit of drone at motorway speeds but nothing too bad and have done trips to Germany and back etc with no problems.


Good call on the Goodyears. I have always favoured BF Goodrich KM2s but can’t find anything big enough. __
2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White
2000 4.6 V8 HSE Oxford Blue
1994 3.9 V8 Vogue Ardennes Green - resto project

Land Rover History:
2010 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography Stornoway Grey
2001 Discovery 2 TD5 GS
1999 Discovery 2 V8i XS
1994 Discovery 300Tdi
1993 Discovery 200Tdi
1989 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.5EFi
1976 Series 3 2.25
1977 Range Rover 2 door 3.5 Carb

Post #677355 5th Nov 2023 8:23pm
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j_rov



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Wheel-wise, are we looking at base spec 20s or is there something else? __
2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White
2000 4.6 V8 HSE Oxford Blue
1994 3.9 V8 Vogue Ardennes Green - resto project

Land Rover History:
2010 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography Stornoway Grey
2001 Discovery 2 TD5 GS
1999 Discovery 2 V8i XS
1994 Discovery 300Tdi
1993 Discovery 200Tdi
1989 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.5EFi
1976 Series 3 2.25
1977 Range Rover 2 door 3.5 Carb

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Westminster



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It'd be helpful to know what vehicle!

Presume 2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White?

Post #677358 5th Nov 2023 8:33pm
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j_rov



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Yeah, I posted in 405 Maintenance and Mods initially, guessing admin moved it… __
2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White
2000 4.6 V8 HSE Oxford Blue
1994 3.9 V8 Vogue Ardennes Green - resto project

Land Rover History:
2010 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography Stornoway Grey
2001 Discovery 2 TD5 GS
1999 Discovery 2 V8i XS
1994 Discovery 300Tdi
1993 Discovery 200Tdi
1989 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.5EFi
1976 Series 3 2.25
1977 Range Rover 2 door 3.5 Carb

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Cam-Tech-Craig



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England 2015 Range Rover SVAutobiography SDV8 Loire Blue

New defender wheels fit... Ask Duckworths if they have any new take off sets with AT tyres?

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j_rov



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Cheers Craig, Good idea! That’s how I used to buy tyres for my L322!! __
2018 L405 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE Fuji White
2000 4.6 V8 HSE Oxford Blue
1994 3.9 V8 Vogue Ardennes Green - resto project

Land Rover History:
2010 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography Stornoway Grey
2001 Discovery 2 TD5 GS
1999 Discovery 2 V8i XS
1994 Discovery 300Tdi
1993 Discovery 200Tdi
1989 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.5EFi
1976 Series 3 2.25
1977 Range Rover 2 door 3.5 Carb

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Post #677405 6th Nov 2023 10:31am
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Cam-Tech-Craig wrote:
New defender wheels fit... Ask Duckworths if they have any new take off sets with AT tyres?



do the L405 nuts fit ok Craig?

the new range rovers use bolts so wondering if the defenders might be the same ?

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I fitted defender wheels to my 405 using the existing nuts without issue. V8 or else ...

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