Originally Posted by bobharly
I tried to translate this post on google, but it insisted this is English. So I presume you are on the otherside of the pond...
Maybe someone who understands all your acronyms and is familiar with those tires can help more.
Sigh everyone's a comedian
Yeah I'm in the UK. Didn't think I went mad with acronyms, but here ya go.
XH - Export Commander
TPMS - Tyre Pressue Montitoring System
TCS - Traction Control System
NSR - Nearside rear tyre
OSR - Offside rear tyre
OSF - Offside front tyre
NSF - Nearside front tyre
defo - short for Definitely
Originally Posted by NoRice
Hahaha made my night. TIRES lol
Tire and tyre both mean a covering for a wheel, usually made of rubber. Tire is the preferred spelling in the U.S. and Canada. Tyre is preferred in most varieties of English outside North America. Tire vs. tyre - Grammarist
Anyway I digress, I stayed with stock size as I couldn't be fussed with checking with my insurance company for a change of size.
I dumped the Maxxis as being too low budget, and the Cooper AT3 as they don't come in a high enough speed rating. Went for Falken Wildpeak AT01.
Feels more like a truck tyre over the Khumos and a bit noisier, but the have lots of tread and a quite aggressive pattern. Cost me £111 each fitted.