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    Default Re: Dunlop Grandtrek AT3g (owners review)

    Quote Originally Posted by quintondebeer View Post
    Hi Guy,

    We're so sorry to hear about your experience. Could you please let us know the name of the dealership you were in contact with? As we would like to rectify this.
    Neptune Tyres in Perridgevale, PE.

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    Guy B. Vergoes Houwens
    2014 LC76 4.5 V8

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    Default Re: Dunlop Grandtrek AT3g (owners review)

    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Are those AT3g?
    Sorry only noticed your question now yes they are AT3G

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    Default Dunlop Grandtrek AT3g (owners review)

    @40 000 km

    Over an above the usual hard life I give these tyres, we embarked on a 4000 km trip that included 3 of our national parks (with some of the worst gravel roads out there)

    Tankwa, Camdeboo, and garden Route NP, Some of these parks, had 4x4 trails and these trails were also included in the trip.

    Done and dusted.

    Not one puncture
    Not one chipped tread
    Not one balancing issue
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    Andrew van Staden
    With a mild case of "Camping Personality Disorder" or CPD

    I drive a five cylinder bakkie and tow an army inspired van.

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    Default Re: Dunlop Grandtrek AT3g (owners review)

    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    @40 000 km

    Over an above the usual hard life I give these tyres, we embarked on a 4000 km trip that included 3 of our national parks (with some of the worst gravel roads out there)

    Tankwa, Camdeboo, and garden Route NP, Some of these parks, had 4x4 trails and these trails were also included in the trip.

    Done and dusted.

    Not one puncture
    Not one chipped tread
    Not one balancing issue
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    Awesome feedback ....good value for money!

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