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Tyre Pressure on the General Grabber AT2

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by ajbaldwin, Mar 10, 2009.

  1. ajbaldwin

    ajbaldwin New Member

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    Hello All

    Anyone running The General Grabber AT2 tyre? if so what PSI are you running at?

    I am running a D90 300tdi without any load in the back, I am terrible at calculating pressures
     
  2. Griffdowg

    Griffdowg New Member

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    I run my D90 (300) at roughly 32f 35r on 255/85 BF MT's when unloaded (2000kg)

    I up the fronts to 35 and rears to 40psi when fully loaded (2400kg) for overland travel.

    hope this helps.

    G
     
  3. randy90

    randy90 New Member

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    I run Grabber AT2 265/75 R16's
    For road use:
    Front tyre pressure should be 32 psi
    Rear tyre pressure should be 38 psi

    It all depends on tyre size!
     
  4. ajbaldwin

    ajbaldwin New Member

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    Just check out the tyres and I am running LT 235\85\ r16 if tha helps??
     
  5. onelife

    onelife New Member

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    Location:
    Southern England
    235/85 16's on a semi-laden 110

    38F 46R
     
  6. ajbaldwin

    ajbaldwin New Member

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    Thanks all for the info

    I think I am going to go with a 33F and 35R to start with to see how it feels