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Loder AT # 1 - delta4x4 now produces on its own!

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Loder AT # 1 - delta4x4 now produces on its own!

Do you know the "EU tire label"? This is an energy label that goes back to an EU regulation. It's comparable to the labels on refrigerators or washing machines. The label has been in use since November 2012 and since then every tire from the trade has to be equipped with it due to a labeling requirement. There are three criteria that the label shows. The rolling resistance (fuel consumption), the wet grip (braking distance on a wet road) and the external rolling noise (volume). However, there is no information about driving stability, cornering, aquaplaning properties, dry grip or the service life of the tire. For winter tires, for example, information about grip on snow and ice would be interesting.

Loder AT # 1 - delta4x4 now produces on its own!

Here you have to rely on specialist magazines, automobile clubs and testing organizations. Unfortunately, the label also means that the number of off-road tires that can be approved has fallen significantly since its introduction and there are even formats that are simply no longer available. This is especially true for large-format tires for off-road vehicles, which of course for the tuner delta 4 × 4 are extremely important. We remember the big one L200 pickupthe  Amarok V6 or even the Ford Ranger from delta4x4. All vehicle with big off-road tires! The tuner from Odelzhausen has now taken the whole thing into his own hands and simply produces the necessary off-road tires himself. It is tailor-made for the operating conditions in Europe and is called Loder AT # 1. A "multi-terrain tire" that is placed in class C2 ("light truck") in the segment between a traditional mud terrain and an all-terrain tire. Important features of the AT # 1 are tread blocks drawn into the tire shoulder for perfect grip on sand and muddy passages and an additional side profile that protects against damage.

The tread comes in the typical style of an all-terrain tire with relatively small tread blocks. They ensure balanced driving characteristics and low Rolling noise. There are additional sipe cuts in the tread blocks for optimum grip in rain and snow. The Loder AT # 1 is currently available in the format 305/60 x 18 for SUVs, 4x4s and pickups. The load index is 118 (1.320 kg load capacity). The speed mark is "S" (180 km / h) and there is also the snowflake symbol "Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake". This means that the AT # 1 is a fully-fledged winter tire according to European guidelines. Of course, the Loder AT # 1 also has to energy label show. Here it reaches rolling resistance “C”, with wet grip also “C” and with noise emissions of 73 dB. The tire is produced in China and, according to delta4x4, it will soon be available in other tire sizes.

Loder AT # 1 - delta4x4 now produces on its own!

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Thomas Wachsmuth - He has been an integral part of tuningblog.eu since 2013. His passion for cars is so intense that he invests every available penny in them. While he dreams of a BMW E31 850CSI and a Hennessey 6x6 Ford F-150, he currently drives a rather inconspicuous BMW 540i (G31/LCI). His collection of books, magazines and brochures on the subject of car tuning has now reached such proportions that he himself has become a walking reference work for the tuning scene.  More about Thomas

2 comments

  1. So, I had the Loder AT1 on my Ducato. After 6000km I was fed up. Noisy, bad behavior in the wet and they also drove very spongy. Made in China is not quite the standard. But it looks very expensive.
    Now grabber at3, not to be compared with blaze. There are worlds between.
    The Loder (sorry) is simply a bad tire.

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