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What size General Grabber At2's for my 15" Wheels

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by mole-e30, Jan 23, 2010.

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  1. mole-e30

    mole-e30 New Member

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    What size General Grabber AT2's should I get for my 15" steel wheels?

    I see they dont do 195 / 80 / 15 so what would you guys advise?

    I have just got my freelander and want something to go on the steels for winter use, and keep my alloys with Syncrones on for summer/road use.

    Or do I just swap to AT2's for all use, what are the pro's and con's?

    many thanks in advance
     
  2. Tommo223

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    I've bougt some 15" Alloys (were fitted with 195-80-r15's) for winter/off road use. My Alloys are 6.5" wide at the rim, i did try to put some Kumo KL71's on but the only ones they do in a 15" is a 235mm, which when i put on the LR, they were fine at the back but caught the wishbone at the front. I wont go to Cooper STT or ST as they are just too off-roady (noisey). So have gone for some Falken AT's - 215-75-R15 (just like the General Grabber AT2 - but cheaper. I have been told that the AT2's are hard to get hold of -

    If your road tyres are 195-80xr15 i have some tyres i need to get rid of (Sychrones too) as they are ceasing production of them - and you'll only get Latitude.

    Tom
     
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    I would go for 215/75R15
     
  4. si-freelander

    si-freelander New Member

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    hi im running on 215 . 80.15 falken ats great tyre not too much noise on motorway and wear well. if your near blackpool i know a garage that will do you a set of 5 ,fitted and balanced for 240.
     
  5. Tommo223

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    Si - thats what i paid for mine on mates-rates! Dam good garage that then!
     
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