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  1. DanGoss

    DanGoss New Member

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    Hi,

    I have a LR4 (2014) with 255/50/R20's. I'm looking at fitting dome all terrains however seems to be a bit of a nightmare finding some for that size!. I've read a few posts about changing sizes however is anyone aware of decent all terrains for that size? or if theres a bit of play in sizes?

    Thanks
     
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    Hello and welcome to LZ:)
     
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    Cheers Brian
     
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    https://tyresdirectuk.co.uk/t/tyres...]=55&search[tyre_diameter][]=20#searchResults

    Some options there. Both of the ones stock would be fine, the AT3 is a very good tyre.

    As for size options, you can usually go a little bit bigger or smaller with no real ill effect. But you'll need to shop around and use some online tyre size calculators to compare.
     
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  5. DanGoss

    DanGoss New Member

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    That's great thanks.

    The Grabber AT3's are what I've been looking at for a while. Wasn't sure if this would be a safe and viable option given the change in size I.e. 50 to 55.
     
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    300bhp/ton Well-Known Member

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    Oops thought you had 55 profile.

    That said, personally I think you'd be fine. About 1" different in height. But I don't own Disco 4. However I'm sure people have run bigger.

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