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Dunlop Grandtrek AT22

Dunlop Grandtrek AT22 (page 3 of 3)

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  • Build Quality
    4.0 (14)
  • Value for Money
    3.7 (13)
  • Noise Level
    4.4 (14)
  • Off-Roading Frequency
  • Wet Weather Handling
    2.5 (14)
  • Durability
    4.0 (14)
  • Dry Weather Handling
    4.1 (14)
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lawrance
lawranceMelbourne, Victoria
  • 8 reviews
  • 18 likes

Great choice for 4x4s that are towing, and for onroad and dirt road driving

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My first set of AT22 (285/65x17") fitted to my vehicle as factory OEM tyres lasted 80,000 kms and were probably still OK for another 10,000 kms but I replaced them just because I found another near new set on eBay. Was very happy to replace these tyres with the same, as they have worn evenly despite me not regularly rotating them. They stay balanced and no big weights required.

These tyres are highway tyres, and will be fine for dirt road driving. Their thread pattern is not suitable for those wanting to do a lot of mud driving. Definitely confident to recommend them to anyone with a ute or SUV, who is after a quiet tyre, and not interested in hard core four wheel driving.

Car'09 Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series turbo diesel

Would use them again.

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The AT 22 came with the BT50 when I purchased it new in 2014. They were rotated at each service by Mazda. I got 70,000 out of them with no issues after towing a 2.5 ton caravan all around Australia. Good value for my application of all bitumen driving, only began to feel a bit loose just before replacement.

CarMazda BT 50

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Chris P
Chris PAlbany

At 20 vs At 22

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Bought a new bt 50. It came with road tyres At20 s 255/70 R16s. They came on steel rims. I noticed on wet tar seal they were dangerous to drive (lost traction and couldnt corner) When i bought my alloy rims they had worn At22s on them which stick to the road like glue even in the wet. Which suits me cause im always late. The difference is like night and day

CarMazda BT 50
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Frustrated
Frustrated
  • 3 reviews
  • 11 likes

Handled everything thrown at them

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These Tailand At22 tyres were supplied with our BT50. They have been all over Oz towing a 2500kg caravan and heavily loaded car. Been from Cape York to Tassie to WA and the Kimberlies. Covered over 80000kms over 3 years with no punctures and no problems in all types of weather. Should get around another 10000 kms before replacement. Don't really know why people call these Dunflops. They are a great all rounder tyre, quiet on road. Handle most light to medium off road stuff. Sure not great in deep mud but its not a mud tyre. Would buy again.

CarMazda BT50

Excellent purpose built tyres

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CarPrado Kakadu Diesel

NO good whatsoever off road

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Bought a Mitsubishi Triton and these came standard from new. Took off track - nothing too bad just forest trails but there was a bit of rain previously so quite muddy. Going up small hills - no grip, going around corners - no grip and to top it off, got a flat after only 1000ks. No apparent sign of a puncture. Had bridgestones on my previous Triton and they were great! Will be going back to them as soon as possible!!!

Car2015 Mitsubishi Triton

Satisfactory

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Ford ranger farm vehicle.
90,000 km using 5 tyres rotated at 10,000km. Probably had another 10k km more.
Used mostly long distance on bitumen, off road on paddocks. On road most bends taken at advisory limits. Few roundabouts. No rough off roading. Fitted to vehicle when purchased new. Never needed wheel alignment. Consider tyres had relatively easy life. Replaced with same. Draw your own conclusions.

Excellent

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Rapserv
RapservAustralia

GrandTrek 235/R75 15 AT22's

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102000k out of original set!

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fzzzl
fzzzl
  • 5 reviews
  • 5 likes

Excellent

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Travelled 81k and still had another 7k left on two of the tyres. Had to work at it by keeping an eye on wear patterns and adjusting pressures as required. Also rotated every 10k and had wheel alignments every 12 months. Are the costs of wheel alignmets woth it? I don't know but it must have a contributing effect on the costs of managing the tyres. I also drive very easily, don't go off road much.
Good mileage
No complaints

John81
John81

Pretty Good. I tow a caravan 50% of the time and don't go off road much. Got 61,000 Km out of my Grandtrek AT 20s and no punctures.

regtheveg
regthevegNorth Queensland, QLD
  • 6 reviews
  • 5 likes

Terrible

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debdenplace
debdenplace

It appears the key with these Grandteks is where they were made. In my experience the Japanese ones are very good but the Thailand ones are terrible for wear. I only got 19000 out of a front set. The Thai ones are rubbish. Trust me.

ianwalt
ianwalt
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Questions & Answers

Kerry
Kerryasked

What is the load rating of Dunlop at22 tyres 265/65 r17 112t

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oridpete
oridpeteasked

what is the physical weight of the AT22 265/70/17 please so I can compare to other tyres ?
regards peter

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JBO
JBO

Sorry Mate, tyres came fitted as standard when I bought the car. I have no idea on the weight of the tyres. Don't suppose their website can help. Regards, JB

Flash635
Flash635asked

According to the reviews the AT22 isn't any good in the wet, could you comment on the AT25?

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Ron W.
Ron W.

Yes notice a pattern most of those complaining about driving in the wet , have Ford ranger and Mazda BT 50's

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Category4WD Tyres
Release dateJune 2013
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