Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please





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    Default Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please

    Hi All

    I need to replace the tyres on my Amarok. Usage will be 80% Tar and 20% gravel and slight off road.

    Anyone use the above mentioned Nexen ? Can get them for R8500 fitted and aligned.

    Any feedback would be appreciated

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    Default Re: Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please

    Never heard of that brand.

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    Default Re: Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please

    Not a new company, been around for 70 odd years according to Google.

    South Korean Tyre, with a few reviews online. Seem ok.

    Put them on and write a review.

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    Default Re: Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please

    Nexen tyres are OEM for Hyunda/Kia as well as an odd size or two on the Porsche Cayenne. I had a set of SU4's fitted to my Clio 3 and my mom has them fitted to her MB A Class with no complaints. I cannot speak on the RA8's though.

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    Default Re: Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please

    Thanks Guys

    Might take a chance on them

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    Default Re: Nexen Roadian All Terrain PRO RA8 - Reviews please

    Update, Managed to get Good Year Wrangler Adventures for 1500 more on the ser so went with those as opposed to the nexens. Don't really have an opinion on the Wranglers as yet, but they do seem a bit more 'bobbly' than my old tyres I. E. Combo of duelers upfront and geolanders at the rear.

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