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Need new tyres on my Navara NP300. I do 25k miles/yr so need good road capability but also need reasonable off-road performance. What do you guys recommend?

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I used to do 45000k a year in my navara had cooper discoverer AT3 tyres on it, good on the road and also off road.

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I’ve tried the Coopers on a Dmax and found they were not good in the wet on the road and have used Goodrich AT on Troupers in the past and again brilliant off-road but quite woolly on the road especially after 50% worn. I’ve opted for Conti Crosscontact LX2’s on recommendation of a neighbour. Thanks for the replies though lads.

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I have the Goodrich AT on my Ranger. They are “interesting” on a damp road. It has been known to wag its tail if the right foot is applied to firmly. Dry and wet roads are fine, damp is the problem.

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I have BFG AT on my NP300, perfectly fine in all conditions for me.

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4 hours ago, pux said:

I have BFG AT on my NP300, perfectly fine in all conditions for me.

I suspect you have traction control, mine is an old school 2007 Ranger that does not have that luxury. Having said that you do have to get quite enthusiastic to make the tail break away, and it’s really not made for that!

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20 hours ago, Sussexboy said:

I suspect you have traction control, mine is an old school 2007 Ranger that does not have that luxury. Having said that you do have to get quite enthusiastic to make the tail break away, and it’s really not made for that!

I had a 2007 Ford Ranger Thunder was an awesome pickup. I use to run that with BFG muds, roundabouts in the wet was entertaining!!

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