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1 minute ago, SimonB2018 said:

These are the tyres I’m looking At friends of mine run them on their defenders and rate them very highly 

look ok got BF goodridge AT2s on the back of a l200 makes a big difference and as the saying goes nothing ventured nothing gained,

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These are the tyres I’m looking At friends of mine run them on their defenders and rate them very highly 
Like driving on ice the rest of the time. Also the beads got knackered on mine pretty fast. I'd get a decent not remould tyre personally.

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I don't think you will find a proper 4x4 pattern that is van rated. Needs to have the "C" rating to carry the weight, will fail MOT with anything else.

Had mud and snow pattern winter tyres on mine. I am a farmer and drove it most places you shouldn't be and rarely got stuck. Not pretending they are good offroad though.

Often thought about putting an LSD diff out of a Terrano in, said to go straight in but never bothered trying.

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