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My regular go to tyre: Cooper Discoverer AT3 4s, apparently are no longer available in my required tyre size: 225/65/r17 102H. Vehicle is a 61 plate Rav 4 .

So am looking for alternatives, Main 2 so far are:

Cooper ATT vs Grabber AT3

A few people have said they didn't rate Grabbers. I always thought they were good on the Nissan Patrol Ambulance I used to drive off road with them on ! 

TIA

Matt

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I have General Grabber AT3' on my Freelander 2. Before that, I had Grabber 2's. They are excellent both on and off road. My 'off roading' is mainly dirt tracks, fields and mud ruts, both wet and dry. I've never had a problem, and they have got me out of a sticky (or muddy) situation many a time. They are also quiet on road. Mine are 235/65/R17. I'm not sure if they are available for your's. Last off, I paid £110 each for them.

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I’ve got the grabber AT3 on my Range Rover no problems with them  at all and never been stuck

the coopers I belive are now cooper discovery sport or something along those lines I have them on my shogun sport and again spot on and winter rated. I’m sure these are the replacements for what you wanted as they where what I was after and they said these are the new version

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I’ve got some Maxxis Bravo ATs on my Disco 3 and I’ve been really impressed - the tread has lasted really well, and they were superb in snow last year and have been good in general shooting situations eg muddy tracks. 

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I have just put 4 of these Michelin Laritude Cross tyres on my suzuki grand vitara and they seem much better that the old Bridgestone for wet and muddy roads. Reports are good but we shall see, they look a bit odd as the have two tread patterns on each tyre

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6 minutes ago, Stimo22 said:

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I have just put 4 of these Michelin Laritude Cross tyres on my suzuki grand vitara and they seem much better that the old Bridgestone for wet and muddy roads. Reports are good but we shall see, they look a bit odd as the have two tread patterns on each tyre

I used those on my LR90 for Summer time, but reverted to BFG Mud Terrain for Winter/shooting season.

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3 hours ago, Stimo22 said:

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I have just put 4 of these Michelin Laritude Cross tyres on my suzuki grand vitara and they seem much better that the old Bridgestone for wet and muddy roads. Reports are good but we shall see, they look a bit odd as the have two tread patterns on each tyre

I had a set of those on my Freelander but the mileage from them was poor,not back on General Grabber 3s

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