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Lift your Range Rover 1.5 inches and improve your tire selection with a lift kit from Johnson Rods.
Get a larger tire for off road or for a street look.
Now is the time to get ready for summer rides.
Check our vendor section in this forum under Johnson Rods
Check or our website: Range Rover Lift Kits - Sport and Full Size
our new blog: Land Rover Lift Kits

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What size tires can you fit?
 

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In order to deny a warranty claim, a manufacturer must prove that the modification of the cause of the failure. If you install this and your transmission goes out, I think it would be difficult to prove that this was the cause.
 

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Johnson Rods, I have been considering this modification on my 16 supercharged. Do you have any photos of lifted L405 on 22 inch standard OEM tires/wheels? Preferably in standard ride height not off road. Thanks!
 

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I don't have a picture on 22's. At that size it is mostly street tires that are available. With the Jrod 1.5 inch lift you could run a 285-45-22 which is 32 inches. I have seen some run 33's. like the pic below.
If someone in the forum is running 22's lifted they could post it here.

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Here is a nice L405 running 33x12.5x22 Nitto Ridge Grapplers, 22x10 Black Rhino Wheels with our Johnson Rod 1.5 inch lift.
Now is a great time to get your vehicle ready for summer.
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Here is a nice L405 running 33x12.5x22 Nitto Ridge Grapplers, 22x10 Black Rhino Wheels with our Johnson Rod 1.5 inch lift.
Now is a great time to get your vehicle ready for summer.
Check out our links below in the signature for more information

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Will you guys be making this lift kit for the all new Defender?
 

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^^ pics? What’s your wheel spec setup?
I have the 22” style 7007 7 split-spoke OEM Range Rover Turbine wheels on 2 of our Rover’s and 22” stormer’s on our other rover, Here’s a photo of our LWB with them, and a closer up photo of our 10’ RR with the same wheels & tires. When the tires get worn I’m going to replace with the Ridge Grapplers in the same size. 305/45R22
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No spacers or rubbing on either L405 or l322? Stock wheels (49 offset) or aftermarket (45 offset)?

I think they look best on the l322 boxy body style. Still miss my l322. Might try to get a nice low mileage one at some point.
 

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Looks great with the 275-55-50 (32) or a 265-60-20 (32.5) and the 1.5 inch lift.
You may need to trim some plastic with 32.5 or push back the wheel liner a tad if you get rub.

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I run 305/45R22 on my LWB with Nitto Terra gGrapplers G2, unstoppable...
Sent a PM as well. Did you run this with or without a lift? Any rubbing? I have ran 305/40/22 Terra Grappler on L405 before, but it barely rubber at full lock. The tire choices at 305/45/22 are better.
 
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