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I have a 2000 Range Rover 4.6HSE with the OEM 18"x8" ET57 wheels. Will the wheels pictured below fit straight on my car? Will I need other lug nuts? All i know so far is that they are OEM 18" from 2002.

 

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I also have these on my car, and they require a 70 to 72.5mm spigot adaptor ring. You will also need the RR3 wheel nuts - 14 x 1.50 with 20mm shank.
In my 'personal opinion' they are a huge visual improvement to the standard 16" alloys mine came with. I can't say I've noticed any road manner difference but I am still running the 255/60 profile of the RR3, but I'll change that to the correct 255/55 the P38 should have (I think I'm right with the sizes). The left wheel scrubs the mudflap on a tight corner (standard height or lower) but I think that's due to other issues which I've still to check.

Here is where I got the spigot adaptors and wheel nuts from http://www.rakeway.co.uk/Land%20Rover.htm
 

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I have found another set of wheels I am considering buying. These are 5x120 bolt pattern and the right offset. They are listed as OEM 99-02 Range Rover HSE 18" rims. The only thing i need to worry about then is the shape of the lugnuts, right? Do all 99-02 Range Rover OEM wheels use the same lug nuts?
 

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99- 02 is still P38, so you won't need new wheelnuts. It's only if fitting wheels from
the later(2002MY+) L322 you need the spigots and wheelnuts.
 
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