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What tyres do you have on your freelander

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by mrmoonie, Mar 27, 2012.

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What tyres do you have on your Freelander

  1. Road Tyres

    116 vote(s)
    44.6%
  2. All Terrain Tyres

    122 vote(s)
    46.9%
  3. Mud Tyres

    9 vote(s)
    3.5%
  4. Any Other

    10 vote(s)
    3.8%
  5. Grrr I'm a real man I don't have a Freelander

    3 vote(s)
    1.2%
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  1. Diesel Do

    Diesel Do Well-Known Member

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    I know, you don't tend to get vibrations though!
     
  2. JC600

    JC600 Well-Known Member

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    That's a good thing, shouldn't lose a wheel then lol
     
  3. Diesel Do

    Diesel Do Well-Known Member

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  4. Landymack

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    Continental 4X4 Contact. 235/50x18
    Fine when they have enough tread on them although in the snow recently the wife was complaining of seeing lights flashing up on the dashboard which hurried me into replacing the fronts.
     
  5. Nodge68

    Nodge68 Well-Known Member

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    What!! The new tyres should only go on the back, does no one bother reading the sodding owners manual:confused:
     
  6. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    maybe they want a new IRD?
     
  7. gstuart

    gstuart D3 Grandad

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    hi

    read through and has anyone tried bridgestones

    got a new set of bridgestone duelers ht's on mine, 215 x 65 x16

    they were great in the snow and ok on wet grass etc

    haven't tried them off road yet, but am very impressed so far

    good road handling, quiet on motorway

    gary
     
  8. fishlander

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    I've got black round ones on mine!!:hysterically_laughi
     
  9. mbrokof

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    Bridgestone Blizzak LM 80 215/65/16 for winter. I think great on snow and on aquaplaning when I went in like a lake on French autobahn/motorway. With the old maxtrek was total crap.
    Pirelli Scorpio Verde Ecoimpact XL for summer rear. Front need some others. Don't know which ones at the moment. No test for adac out 2013. Conti Cross contact UHP shall be very good.
     
  10. Rifleman95th

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    Cooper at discoverer 195/80/15 less than 200 miles
     
  11. Nodge68

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    I've had Yokohama Geolanders fitted as a replacement for the aging Wranglers. Grip well and look good to.
     
  12. Sambocar1988

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    I have marix panther AT 225/75/16 they handle well both on and off road
     
  13. ryan168

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    I'm running enviromentaly friendly re treads very good all rounders
     
  14. Wildcard69

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    I have 235/70/16 BFG on alloys on my Freelander 1 TD4 Soft Back with 10mm spacers on each wheel and a 2" lift kit fitted :)
     
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    Oh and good value!!!
     
  16. courierdude

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    im running bargin buckets 215/70/16 infinity IF200s and cannot grumble even though they are more howly than my coopers on my jap thing.
     
  17. billywoodsman

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    Just fitted a set of General Grabber uhp,drives great with them and low noise,time will tell on how well they wear.
     
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    Hippo Lord Hippo

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  19. mojo5pro

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    Got a freelander last week...just put some new general grabber AT's.
     
  20. D3savage

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    Use Hankook tyres have done 30k with them and still 6mm left!!! Brilliant tyres - excellent snow grip - tyres like high pressure mine are at 36psi and no wear issues just
    great mpg. Handeling is excellent and wet road grip is good.
     
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