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David.evans

L200 Warrior Tyres

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I'd like to say thanks to the lads that have given me advice on 4x4s

And now bought one , warrior l200

Just one more question

Recommended tyres for , Tarmac and of road , over fields

Thanks again

Atb

Dave

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Coopers or any 50/50's will do the job ........

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cooper discoverer st's on my landy ,not got stuck yet ,wear well but not the quietest on the road but theres always going to be a compromise

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I've got BFs on mine. The All Terrains. No road noise and 50k + miles you'll get out them.

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Dont get yokohamas a/t or whatever, dont last long

Had BF Goodrichs AT on mine after that, was recommended them and would recommend them :thumbs:

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If you can find them in the right size, I would say bf Goodrich, but they don't do the size I need, so I am going with coopers

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dont buy maxis. got them on my work 62 plate ranger.RUBBISH...BF mud terrains on my own L200,the dogs nuts

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Cooper STT on my L200.

 

Just coming up to 2 years and 23k miles and heaps of life left in them.

 

Yes there is road noise but not too bad and you don't go fast in these pickups anyway, i have taken it from Aberdeen to Yorkshire a few times and not broken any time records but at the same time the road noise wasn't unbearable knocking on at about 65.

 

Mine are the 265/70/17 and they do take the speedo pretty much up to bang on so need to be aware of that. Id say that they will probably be fine over the summer but will need replaced before we get into the wetter shooting times on the moor.

 

The All Terrain options like the Cooper ST and the BFG A/T are more likely the things for you if you are doing more road miles, we have the muds on there to give mt Mrs a bit more confidence picking up in the mud and helps save dinging the bodywork slipping everywhere. They do however definitely hit the MPG quite hard!

 

Cheers

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