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Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Landydandytd4, Jan 11, 2017.

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  1. Landydandytd4

    Landydandytd4 Member

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    Hi just wondering what tyre's people are running on there fl1 I am looking at upgrading to all terrains but would like a insight as to what others are using.intending to do some laning thanks in advance
     
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    I dont know about everybody else but Ive got tyres on mine :oops:
     
  4. Landydandytd4

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    Was that ment to be a joke
     
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    cfwnotloB Well-Known Member

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    no a spelling correction - or a joke its up to you:p:D:D:D:D
     
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    Mine are Round & Black!:oops::oops:
     
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    Thanks for pointing that out sorted
     
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    cfwnotloB Well-Known Member

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    Landyzone is here to help -- all issues :eek:
     
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    Had latitude cross on mine
     
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    Currently I have Maxxis Bravo AT 771 in 225/60/17. Not bad tyres on or off road. Very tough, long lasting (40K miles+) and look good. They are noisy by comparison to plain road tyres.
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  12. Skinny Mike

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    Zeta ztr20, nobodies ever heard of them, but they're actually quite good. Tarmac/rain tyres.
    Mike
     
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    I Have Maxxis ATs, found a good price for them with 16" modulars, I dont find them to noisy, but they are louder than standard road tyres.
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    Just fitted Yoko Geolanders AT-S last weekend. Will be driving to wiltshire and try out some green lanes which should be an interesting test of them! :)
     
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    Geolander AT-S are good tyres. They're the next tyres I fit on my FL1. Only because they are better on wet tarmac, compared to my Maxxis Bravo 771.
     
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    I have a set of them on our family car there great for the money
     
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    That's the first time I've ever seen or heard of anyone else having them.
    They're fantastic in the rain/dry on tarmac on the Freelander. Average in snow, they will do wet grass and muddy lanes, but I wouldn't want to try off roading in them.
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    Have put Michelin Lattitude Cross's on my girlfriends freeby and theyre a nice good tyre. Good road handling while great on gravel and decent enough for an all terrain in thick mud.

    Used to have General Grabber AT2's on my old freeby and used to swear by them. They wear a bit faster than the michelins though.
     
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