I would stay with the mud terrain tyres due to the traction they provide and the load rating advantage.
Johan Tyres on 11th Jun 2018 at 2:49 pm
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I do a lot of heavy sand work in Zambia, Sioma, Kafue & Liuwa national parks. I also travel a lot of long distances on the tar roads, including the Sesheke to Mongu 750km round trip, and the Mwandi to Lusaka 1200km round trip. I would like to know if all-terrain tires will cut it in heavy sand. I currently run a set of Bridgestone Dueler mudterrain tyres.
I am also in need of a new auxiliary battery. Is there an advantage to using a battery designed for solar as opposed to a normal 100A/h cranking battery? I want to use solar to charge the battery when I’m not driving.