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I'd read somewhere that 18's won't fit ... has anyone tried them? While the brakes are big, the discs are 14" ...

I want to set up a spare set of winter wheels and if other RR wheels would fit, may be easier buying someone's "take-offs".

Has anyone tried anything other than the 20's that it came with?
 

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Seano.

Get on-line and look at the wheels from 'Centerline' Stateside ! They have some forged beauties that offer some options dude ?

I think your ride may only downsize to 19" rims, which means tyre selection is even worse than 20 inchers so go figure that one.

Cheerio,


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Seano said:
I'd read somewhere that 18's won't fit ... has anyone tried them? While the brakes are big, the discs are 14" ...
Actually, according to various press releases the front discs on the 2010 RRS S/C are 15" in diameter - 14.2" on the normally aspirated version - and 18" wheels are definitely out of the question for both - at least the 18s offered by Land Rover. They didn't fit last year's S/C Brembo brakes, and those were smaller than the 2010's.
 

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The 19s that came on my 2010 HSE look like they just barely clear the discs and calipers. I don't see anyway of fitting 18s on these things...
 

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I know this thing stops quite well ... I hadn't realized they were 15" discs.

Sounds like I'm going to have to locate some 19's to try ... I guess that's why the literature somewhere said no-go on the 18's!

I may see if my dealer will try a set of 19's/see what options I might have. I'll post results when I get some ideas. If anyone else figures anything out - I'm all ears!


Thanks
 
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