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Old 16th December 2018, 21:10   #46
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These appear to be available as well. And as per this post (Raging Red Rover (R3) - My Mahindra Scorpio S10 4x4), Michelin LTX Force is still available, though not reflected in Michelin's website.

By the way, this very capable G Class Professional on sale in Australia uses the GoodYear Wrangler tires.
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Michelin LTX Force is available in 235/65 R 17 size. Replaced worn Pirellis a couple of days back. Got these from Tyre Empire, Whitefield, Bangalore.
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Michelin LTX Force is available in 235/65 R 17 size. Replaced worn Pirellis a couple of days back. Got these from Tyre Empire, Whitefield, Bangalore.
How much did the tires cost you?

One of my friend had to swap his family's XUV tires with new ones, we tried to source but only a pair was available.

Had to go in for Yokohama Geolander AT G015 as there were not many options. The tires came at 12.5K a piece.
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Not related to exact topic but I am running my 2014 Nissan Terrano XE since last 2.5 years on Goodyear Wrangler AT/SA. There is still decent tread life left, last showed to local tyre guy, he said these can last me another 10k kms. Current mileage 1,41,800, tyres replaced at 65,000 kms. Do the math. Mind you no frequent punctures, no scary braking situation, no loss of grip.
My next selection for set of tyres for Terrano is going to be a no brainer.
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Its a much zoomed in picture and this has happened with just 1 tire. Just for this much width and one [similar] vertical line. I may send this tire and they would send it to somewhere where an inspection would be done, this entire process would take ~15 days, post which a conclusion if any would be arrived.

Though, its pretty clear, it is a manufacturing defect. It doesn't have any depth either, but not sure if it will increase/degenerate.
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Guys, appears my GoodYear Wrangler AT/SA is suffering from manufacturing issues. It will take 2 weeks plus for them to inspect and revert, so, with 40,000+ kms on these tires, I was thinking to change it.

It has been suffering multiple air-leaks, slow, loses 1 psi per day.

Yokohama Geolander has the best warranty at my place, I mean, no downtime, if any issues, you get it replaced instantly.

The same guy deals in Michelin and is not very happy with them with their way of dealing in replacements, will have to inquire [again] if things have changed or not.

Are Cooper or Toyo tires available and any idea on their warranty? Any other tires?

I need AT and my usage is 50% trail or broken road driving. I don't particularly off-road.

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Guys, appears my GoodYear Wrangler AT/SA is suffering from manufacturing issues. It will take 2 weeks plus for them to inspect and revert, so, with 40,000+ kms on these tires, I was thinking to change it.

Are Cooper or Toyo tires available and any idea on their warranty? Any other tires?

I need AT and my usage is 50% trail or broken road driving. I don't particularly off-road.
I'm looking for Cooper, Toyos or Goodyear Wrangler ATs as well. Do keep us updated on your search.

It's been extremely hard to find good ATs in India without having to privately import and pay huge shipping and customs costs. Any information on these brands would be incredibly useful!

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I'm looking for Cooper, Toyos or Goodyear Wrangler ATs as well. Do keep us updated on your search.
I have seen few Scorpios in Kerala having Toyo and Cooper. Unsure of how they procured it.

AT's available [which I know] -

# Pirelli Scorpion ATR,
# GoodYear Wrangler AT/SA,
# Yokohama Geolander AT,
# Michelin LTX-Force.

and few from Ceat [Czar], MRF [Wanderer] etc.

My advise would be, do your research and stick with that tire which has the best [comprehensive] warranty from your dealer.
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