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Nexen roadian tyres

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Calviclassic, Apr 6, 2017.

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  1. Calviclassic

    Calviclassic New Member

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    Hello
    Having looked at some non chinease cheap tyres for my 300tdi
    Nexen roadian Feature, they aren't a/t which I wanted but the tread pattern looks more useful than most highway based rubber & im not off reading.. internet reviews are generally favourable but I thought I would check here first, has anyone experienced them?
     
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    RyanDay1 Well-Known Member

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    Had them on my td5 when I bought it and still got em on the rear, not got anything to compare them to but they're doing fine and I've done a lot of messy off road in them too and they've been great :) will tide me over till I get a/t's
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    This was their limit :p
     
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    semtexkev New Member

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    you will be well surprised with performance been using for 10 year well satisfied with return give them a good ride out grip very good in all conditions
     
  4. Calviclassic

    Calviclassic New Member

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    Many
    Thanks, I thinks I will go ahead
     
  5. slither22

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    The only issue I had with them was they gave a really hard ride for a few months been ok since they bedded in. I don't think I would buy them again.
     
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    I've got the a/t ones on my td5 disco and they've been good so far(10k miles) wearing evenly, I do quite a bit of heavy towing and they behave well with a 3 .5 ton trailer on
     
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    I have had good wear out of mine but I found them a bit annoying for the first few months.
     
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    I think they need a bit of heavy work to get them to settle down , I reckon the side walls are hard to begin with
     
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    Think that was the problem i had probably going to try generals next as a few people I know who had them are happy with them.
     
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