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Looking into picking up a spare set of tires for the winter going up to Tahoe and also when I go to play in some mud/offroad.

Anyone have any pictures of Range Rovers w/ offroad tires, looking for some ideas, size info, etc.

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Looking into picking up a spare set of tires for the winter going up to Tahoe and also when I go to play in some mud/offroad.

Anyone have any pictures of Range Rovers w/ offroad tires, looking for some ideas, size info, etc.

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Check out rangerovers.net/forum - there's a number of guys over there with offroad tires and mods.
 

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bf all terrains. ive seen a few at the park i go to. no pics though
 

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I've buried a few Jeeps in the mud but a Range? Much respect to the guy who uses a RR for what it was made for....off road
 

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Mine on nittos

This looks really damn good.


BTW, Snowflake's pics are awesome. Sure you miss your RR after dropping it for the Camaro5.
 

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Chris' rover has always been a favorite of mine, ever since I first saw a picture of it. The Terra Grapplers are right at home on that thing. Perfect combo of form, and function.

Chris, was the road noise bad with the AT's on it?

-Markus-
 

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If the OP is still reading this thread, that right there would have made my mind up. You can't beat a more aggressive tire, that is quieter than a stock set. Especially a high quality tire like the TG. My favorite AT.

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If you're going on 18" rims, I'd do Cooper STTs (best offroad tire I've used):





For more tame/street-friendly bits (and for those pesky Brembos...), the Cooper LTZs are okay:


Going to see how they do on a Tahoe trip this Saturday.
 
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