Vinni you sound like a riot to hang out with. :lol:vinniman said:Pull Vinni I say - that will get rid of the Pheasants !
+1 on these. I use these year-round 'cause I hate having extra tires all over the garage. A great tire. Work great for river fording.Amsterdave said:Correction... Grandtrek WT M3 that is... i knew it had a BMW in there somewhere, just forgot about the bicycle...
I have 8 tires, 4 that are mounted, 2 spares, and 4 other wheels sitting there...I thinkgooseyloosey said:'cause I hate having extra tires all over the garage. A great tire. Work great for river fording.
I think some US states don't allow studded tires - or restrict their use to specific periods of the year, such as California, to avoid road damage - so they are not very popular winter tires here as they are elsewhere. Swedish company Nokian makes the studded Hakkapeliitta 5 SUV sized 255/50/19, 255/55/19 or 275/40/20, available in North America. When the first spy pictures of 2010 RRS and LR4 being tested in the Swedish snow appeared online last winter, that's the tires they were fitted with, so they must be good if Land Rover picked them for their test mules. I believe Vriedesteinvertseinderwhatchamacallit (Swedish as well?) also makes a model of studded winter tire that should fit the Sport.vinniman said:Seriously back to the topic, there was no mention if snow tires were required with studs or not ! Does anyone know which of the brands of tyre manufacturers make studded rubber in 19 inch fitments for Rangey Sports or is this a scandinavian thing ?
Got them on my other car. Blizzak is more of a pure snow tire and noisier w its chunkier tread, but it is a champ in the snow.maxwell said:what about the Bridgestone Blizzak? Didnt a bunch of people run those here last winter?