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Old 6th May 2009, 15:55   #31
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you could try MRF Wanderer and Apollo HawkZ

For me the Bridgestone Dueler HT (tube type) 215/75/15 tyres have served very well on my Bolero for 3 years 30000 km and on my Scorp (tubeless) 235/70/16 so far over the last 1 year 17000km. Most of my use is tarmac/ city. On hill trips I do go a lot onto dirt tracks and rutted tracks etc but not much over stony, rocky terrain. Mostly mud, slush and so on.

However, if you intend regularly using the tyres off tarmac and on rocky, stony roads - it might make sense to go for the BF Goodrich A/T or Yokohama A/T or Geolandar A/T or even Bridgestone Dueler A/T.
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