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Hi All, I have a 16 RRS autobiography came with 22" silver wheels 22x 9.5 x49 ( 275/40/22 tires 5 x 120 lug spacing
I am looking ebay to buy 22" black gloss wheels that match RRS type they are ( 22x9.5 x 45 mm offset for all 4 front and rear)
Question is will these fit my rig? Is the 49 my offset ? . Going to 45mm is this a problem. And can I go up to a 295/40/22 later on this rim?
the SVR have these
 

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I'm running 305/40/22 on what I think is 45 offset. Velgen is the manufacturer.
 

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I'm running 305/40R22 (Nitto NT420S), but that's on 10.5" wide rims (XO Verona) and they fit perfect. The 45mm offset is probably OK, but I would think that 295/40 is going to be too much rubber for a 9.5" rim. I mean, I'm sure a decent tire shop could make them fit, just not sure you are going to love the look.

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Just to throw my two cents in, I wear 24's and run with 305's w/o any problem with my 06 RR....runs like on rails....good stuff!
 

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Hi All, I have a 16 RRS autobiography came with 22" silver wheels 22x 9.5 x49 ( 275/40/22 tires 5 x 120 lug spacing
I am looking ebay to buy 22" black gloss wheels that match RRS type they are ( 22x9.5 x 45 mm offset for all 4 front and rear)
Question is will these fit my rig? Is the 49 my offset ? . Going to 45mm is this a problem. And can I go up to a 295/40/22 later on this rim?
the SVR have these
Post a link to the exact wheels you are thinking about and that will help us help you much better! I was shopping for some OEM wheels from the same manufacturer, different vendors... Some said it was a 10.0" wide wheel, some said 10.5" wheel. Some said 45* Offset, some said 48* Offset; same manufacturer again mind you. I get it here and it's a 10.5" wheel with a 48* offset and matches my other (4) OEM 22" Stormer wheels to a "T"...
 

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FYI on the tire widths: 275mm = 10.8" / 285 = 11.2" / 295 = 11.6" / 305 = 12" wide tires
So going up to a 295mm width is 1.2" wider tire from 275 ( 25.4mm = 1" ) RIMS are 9.5" wide stock
 

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Check these out Ham, Also what size are the lug nuts on these Rovers?
Those are sexy... But a few too many spokes are going on in regards to having to clean the brake dust, etc off of them for me... I'd rather go for these...
These Babies
 

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I have those wheels in satin black View attachment 283265
I have these wheels too, but I’m probably in the minority and wish I would have gone with 20s or 21s. Aesthetically they look great but the ride is bumpy and the oem continental all seasons are slippery on this sized wheel. But it does look gangster :) and it’s my wife’s car so technically she’s the gangster lol.
 

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I just put on 22's, coming from the 21's that had Pirelli Verde's. I put on Yoko Spec-X, and these tires are so much more comfortable, and drives straight. The Pirelli's were too stiff, and would pull with road imperfections and rain grooves.

You probably don't want these on a SVR, as they are more about touring. These are 285/40 22.

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