Hi all, the question is this. Conventional wisdom dictates to put your less-used tyres (ATs in this case) on the rear axle, as that's where our LR4s are heavier. But I've also heard that, when on asphalt, 70% of the effort goes to the front axle. I'm not sure if that applied to "your usual 4x4" or specifically to our LR4s. I have a camping trip in view that will be 90% asphalt and 10% light offroad - and I have a set of Cooper ATs where one pair is less worn out than the other (but both still perfectly roadworthy, I also have a pair of spares). For true offroad, I would have no doubt and put the better pair in the rear. But what about a trip like this? Notwithstanding the "light" character of the trip, I will be heavy: tent, awning with side walls & lots of camping gear. Your opinion?