Aren't Wranglers and Duratec the same thing?pjm1 wrote:Spot on, we were heading for the pair of Mealls but got to about 650m and decided to turn back. Just too deep to enjoy the walk and not a technically difficult excursion to warrant all that effort. We wild camped at the sign which says, “Danger no snowploughs used beyond here”. Had an amazing camp in a glorious setting and then headed up the following morning.
I can confirm my M&S tyres on the RR need replacing - thinking Duratec or Wranglers or similar. I did also manage a bit of towing back at home - amusingly an X3 on runflats. The Kia Sportage behind was fine but the BMW would have caused a long jam had I not driven down to help him up to the top.
I had Wranglers on my Grand Cherokee long time ago. Great offroad, poor on. General Grabbers are the tyre of choice on Land Rover products in this part of the world for general on / off road use. I've used AT, AT2 and prefer the AT3. The AT2 looks more aggressive but I've never found anything for my needs the AT3 can't cope with, and it is better on road. Though the AT2 may be better in conditions I'm not brave enough to attempt. However, at the weekend the Disco with AT3s got up a mile slope when a Mitsubishi with huge chunky tyres (do not know what) could only manage 100m of the shallow slope at the bottom.
Not sure there's a version for a Rolls though.