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Ehloo



Member Since: 05 Jan 2021
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did you notice any major difference in comfort and road noise going to the Nittos compared to the stock All seasons

really enjoying the comfort of my Michelin’s but something beefier. not for any purpose beside asthetics

Digger2000 wrote:

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This is them here on a P400
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Michaels Defender



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United Kingdom 2013 Defender 110 V8 Petrol XS CSW Auto Orkney Grey
Just double checking if I would have any problems fitting these 285/45/R22 Nokian Rotiiva AT tyres to my on order Defender 110 with 22" style 5098 wheels? as I don't think there is much choice of AT tyres at this size
Michael
https://www.mytyres.co.uk/cgi-bin/rshop.pl...p=R-420609
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DFNDR22



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I'm planning to get the Ridge Grapplers as well (in 285/45/22) - has anyone driven them in the winter? Wondering if they are a good improvement in freezing conditions over the all-season Continentals the P400 came with?
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rutiger



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i made it through 2 winters in washington with ridge grapplers. not the greatest in freezing temps or snow imo. they felt a little sketchy in snow & ice. had to drive extra carefully.

i plan to switch to falken wildpeak at3w soon. we've had them on 4 jeeps and they're much better in snow & rain.
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AndrewS



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United Kingdom 2013 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 SW Rimini Red
Cooper discoverer AT3 285/45 22 yes they rub the arch front and back of the front arches. I do have spacers fitted.

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 130's have feeling's as well you know Smile
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DFNDR22



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I'm looking at the same tires. I have 30m spacers fitted. What size spacers are you running? Is the rubbing only in low mode? Are you keeping this setup or is the rubbing really bad?
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OldDD



Member Since: 17 Jan 2016
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Isle Of Man 2012 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Orkney Grey
Have any of you guys had any experience with Accelera MT-01?
They look like extremely good value for money but I can't find a review from a Defender owner running 22" wheels - What's the catch?? Smile
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AndrewS



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DFNDR22 wrote:
I'm looking at the same tires. I have 30m spacers fitted. What size spacers are you running? Is the rubbing only in low mode? Are you keeping this setup or is the rubbing really bad?


My spacers are 25mm, they only rub a little in low mode when turning. 130's have feeling's as well you know Smile
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D300110



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Thinking of putting a set of Cooper AT3 4S on my defender 110 HSE . Stock tyres are 275/45 R22 so was going to go with the same. Interesting to read above that the 285 version rubs on the arches. I don’t have spacers so hopefully be ok with same tyre size, though I’m told the outer wall of the tyre is much more square than the continentals they will be replacing.
I also saw one defender recently with these on which had the white outer writing. It looked immense.
Does anyone have these fitted on 22s and if so would you mind sharing a couple pics?
Thanks a lot!
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Moo



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I've gone smaller from 20-18 inch and have got some TuffAnts with 265/65/18 Radar Renegade R/T tyres to put on.

I've seen quite a few 20 inch AT tyres get side wall damage off-roading, so not sure I'd want to push 22 inches off-road too much.



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 Eiger Grey MY23 D250 SE with bits. Known as Noddy.
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snagtoo



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D300110 wrote:
Thinking of putting a set of Cooper AT3 4S on my defender 110 HSE . Stock tyres are 275/45 R22 so was going to go with the same. Interesting to read above that the 285 version rubs on the arches. I don’t have spacers so hopefully be ok with same tyre size, though I’m told the outer wall of the tyre is much more square than the continentals they will be replacing.
I also saw one defender recently with these on which had the white outer writing. It looked immense.
Does anyone have these fitted on 22s and if so would you mind sharing a couple pics?
Thanks a lot!



Did you ever mount the Cooper AT3 285/45R22? Any rubbing (access height & wheels turned)? Any spacers?

Thanks!
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