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Hi. I recently joined the forum after purchasing a 2007 Range Rover Sport back in April. It's an HSE in Stornoway Gray. Recently put some custom powder coated Redbourne 18" wheels and BFGoodrich T/A K02 tires in 265/60/18. Check it out and let me know what you think!
 

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Looks awesome! I have the same rubber and no regrets. 8-|=
 

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Also....those are285/60/18 arent they?
 

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They could be 265/60/18s. BFG manufactures both 18s now, the 265/60s are E-rated, the 285/60s D-rated. From the cheap seats here, those look more like 265/60s than 285/60s. The 285s should "fill" the fender well a little more at normal height. That's a good compromise if you don't want to jam the spare half deflated under the car and drive around with a compressor at the ready 24/7, and you really only lose less than a 1/2" of sidewall and ground clearance.

Car looks great regardless. Too bad you didn't make it to the WNLRR in Sedona last week... 140+ Land Rovers and I didn't see a single Sport. :sad:
 

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Congrats on your purchase and welcome to the forum!
 

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Hi. I recently joined the forum after purchasing a 2007 Range Rover Sport back in April. It's an HSE in Stornoway Gray. Recently put some custom powder coated Redbourne 18" wheels and BFGoodrich T/A K02 tires in 265/60/18. Check it out and let me know what you think!
Did you have your K02s delivered?
https://youtu.be/SU_HWvKtKhA
 

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Nice, Looks Good! If I saw that in a parking lot I would have to walk over and see what kind of tires those were.
 
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