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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Got back from my local indy who informed me that the KO2's have expanded to more 20-inch options. I saw the LT265/60/R20 is now available, E-Load, 32.5 inch diameter. This seems to be an ideal size for a 20"; does anyone have experience installing this size? I currently have 265/50/20 Nitto TG...
  2. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I was having trouble finding a good photo of the 265 size Nitto Terra Grappler before buying mine earlier this week. Hope this photo helps someone in the future. Very pleased with the look of these now. Sorry the light was not ideal. First photos is with old 255 Michelin tires.
  3. Range Rover Sport II / L494
    I have an HST with original tires, and now I need to swap out some winter tires. I am looking at the Pirelli Scorpion Winter and they come in two sizes: 265/45R21 and 275/45R21. Assuming both of these sizes fir the RRS (based on the latest info here on the board), is there any significant...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi: I'm new to anything to do with running gear, have a P38 4.6HSE, 265,000 miles (new engine at 83,000, thank you, kids) and just had my rocker arms/ball joints and other suspension gear replaced, along with getting a wheel alignment. The "expert" alignment guy in Atlanta told me he got the...
  5. Range Rover Sport / L320
    265 50 19 tires fit without problems in the factory rims and they will rub in rub? th hi my RRS 2007 need new rear tires, i have the factory rims can some body confirm that 265 50 19 tires will fit in the rims and wil the rub ? by the way the factory tires are 255 50 19 thanks
  6. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    After doing a search, the findings are inconclusive. If you've made the switch from 255 to 265, what are your thoughts? Regrets?? Do the 265s bulge out? Any rubbing issues, or anything? Thank you very much for any input!
  7. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Ok here are my pics of my 22" with 265 40 22 tires that people said wont look good Well guys, I ended up putting the 265 (40) 22 Falken tires on for a bit more protection than the 35's like everyone else. And I must say they look **** good with a little more proections from bending and cracking...
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