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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by kblof View Post
    Awesome can you attach a pic once fitted?
    I've just ordered 5 steelies from Natassia and also found her extremely helpful, i'm leaning to the Nitto Ridge Grapplers in LT265/65/18 @ $320 ea

    Certainly will, kblof, probably about a month away from fitting to allow the wallet to get over the shock of the wheel purchase!

    The Ridge Grapplers look good, they were my 2nd pick
    2014 XXV D4, Traxide, Front Runner rack, APT sliders and protection, Runva winch, ARB bull bar

  2. #122
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    Jun 2020
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    South Coast, New South Wales
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    Quote Originally Posted by Discodicky View Post
    I am about to replace the very bland 100% bitumen smooth road based tyres on mine, and have decided either Toyo Open Country Plus 255/55R19 or (most likely) the Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 255/55R19 as they have had very good reports on other threads here.

    Had the Toyo's on another 4WD (Isuzu Mux) and they were very quiet and smooth, and also very good in the wet, but only did approx 12,000 klms so can't comment on their life.

    Im running the Hankook Dynapro's, pretty happy with them. Pushing 50,000k's, on second rotation. 90% road use however the 10% off road has been in clay where I was impressed.

  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moggymitch View Post
    Just an FYI while looking on the net, there are specials on the Moab and Tuffant alloys which is starting to make the switch over to 18” tyres more financially appealing.

    We have about 2 months to go on the current set of tyres and I am now seriously thinking about switching rims but will maybe have to make a price compromise of non LT tyres fitted if going down the 18” rim path but still fitting something with a load rating of around 114.

    Cheers
    Jonathan
    why would you buy the Tuffants

    a) if you’re not doing gravel/off-road and
    b) if you are doing gravel/off road then why not use LT tyres.

    Surely a better compromise would be to fit LT tyres and not bother with the rims.

    David
    2016 Discovery 4 SDV6 HSE, 2008 AOR Odyssey camper trailer, Gordigear rooftop tent.

  4. #124
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    I'm going to do just and not go to 18s after all. Seems there's a bit more choice than I thought in 19" rim size. I was going to go for GGs but at the 390 bucks a tyre I saw yesterday I don't think so.
    AlanH.

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