19" ATR's?

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19" ATR's?

Post by J@mes » Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:10 pm

Got any Ken? Looking to change my AT2's (also bought off you!) before going to the Pyrenees later this year.

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Re: 19" ATR's?

Post by CDS » Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:37 pm

I was told last week by more than one person on here that MTR's are the dogs :censored:
However after this weekend I think Ian is having a rethink on that one? :rasp:


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Re: 19" ATR's?

Post by Bodsy » Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:40 pm

weeeeeeeellllllll..........

I didn't need to be recovered.... (was there anyone that didn't have a go at recovering you this weekend Clive :whistle: ) but, yes, I had a couple of problems from rocks that no-one else had. BUT I wasn't the only one on MTR's :thumbright:

TBF I think this may have been the lines I was selecting rather than the tyres themselves.

I was completely paranoid until I got on the road that I would get another puncture..... :oops: :oops:

So at the moment, 18" AT's rock (well one of them does, although seems to strugle for grip compared to the other three MTR's)


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Re: 19" ATR's?

Post by DSL » Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:46 pm

Ian, take 2 MTRs off then put on a winter & a road tyre then you're ready for everything. :whistle: :lol:


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Re: 19" ATR's?

Post by J@mes » Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:41 pm

My other option is to keep my At2's for normal road/light duty use then buy a set of KL71's or cooper STT's and 17" rims for proper play time.

But can I be arsed to store another set of wheels for the 5 days a year I might need more than my AT2's, which I've never punctured or got stuck with? (falling off bridges and nearly hitting trees doesn't count before you all jump on me ;) )


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Re: 19" ATR's?

Post by CDS » Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:10 pm

You' dhave got stuck yesterday with AT2's on, MTR's or Kumho's :lol: So.......... who knows what the answer is.......ah yes... buy a Defender :lol:


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Re: 19" ATR's?

Post by CDS » Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:12 pm

was there anyone that didn't have a go at recovering you this weekend Clive
Yeah - Kev & Paul left me alone :lol:, but Kev did winch Harv out with his erm (sorry if this getting boring now) MTR's on :lol: :lol: :lol:


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