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What tires can I put on my Disco?

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by W1LL, Apr 24, 2012.

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  1. W1LL

    W1LL New Member

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    Hu Guys, I have some General Grabber AT 2's on my Hilux Surf that I would like to know if they will fit on my Discovery II. They are 265/70/16's & I was advised by a good friend on here to look on the Sticky Thread. But the link doesnt work for me! Any help on this would be great!

    Cheers. Will
     
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    Bromsgrove Defender Well-Known Member

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    Would it really be too much effort to take one off n try it ?? :rolleyes:
     
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    That link was really useful..dunno why its failed. IIRC you may need just to trim the rear arch a little and adjust steering stops. But as said..try one and see.
     
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    Yes, as the Discovery is on 18's & I dont have any 5 stud 16" rims to try one on! :)

    But thanks for your input.
     
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    At a guess i'd say they wont fit 18" rims..
     
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    Do you think? lol ;)
     
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    We all like moaning at noobs but its a pretty valid question really, especially as he looked at the sticky first. Wouldn't you rather ask a question and wait for an answer then go out in the rain, jack one up, remove wheel, put back onto blocks, jack the other one up, fit wheel, find out it fits but wonder what will happen under compression e.t.c.

    p.s. tires is spelt tyres...
     
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    Thank you for your reply. I have found a cached link on another thread further down but it only refers to the Discovery 1 & it doesnt actually list the tyre size I have.

    Cheers. Will
     
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    No ;) :D
     
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    I've got 265/75/16 m/t s on my 04 disco with no probs and its all standard
     
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    Cheers. PM sent :)
     
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