AnswerID: 205318 Submitted: Thursday, Nov 16, 2006 at 13:47
Member - Phillip S (WA)
Hi there Signman.....When I changed mine over, which was almost straight away,I went to Bridgestones who supplied me with 16x7 one piece white rims and 265/75R16 AT's and they are coming up for replacement soon (next year before we go to GRR) and I have had no regrets AND usually don't talk to others about them because of the negative factor BUT I will going with them again.
It's like everything...somebody knows somebody who had the same ......"whatever".... and this and that happened and it cost them etc etc etc.
However I had NO trouble with my tyres at all....so if it ain't broke
DON'T fix it.
My advice to you is stay with your correct wheel size...do not change
....the vehicle came with that size rim, it designed that way.....you must get proffessional advice if you are intent on changing the specifications in any way,mechanical and/or legal....regards Phil
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FollowupID: 465284 Submitted:
Thursday, Nov 16, 2006 at 14:11
Member -Signman posted:
Just for interest sake- what 'number' Duellers are you using- and about how many kms did you get out of them. Must admit I have been very happy with the performance and wear rate with the D693s we had on previous vehicles- although much lighter than the Troopy.
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Thursday, Nov 16, 2006 at 16:28
Member - Phillip S (WA) posted:
They are A/T D693 LT265/75r 16 duelers mounted on "ROH TRAK 2" 7inch white rims and to date 62655 kilometers with around 3/16 of an inch to minimum wear indicators.
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