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Has anyone any good ideas how to out off-road tires, or aftermarket wheels and tires on a supercharged RR that has the factory 22" rims and large disk brakes? I've taken it loosely off-road, but don't want to anything crazy with better tires.

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Lots of options: factory 20’s or after market wheels like Redbourne. Add 275/55/20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers and you are sorted
 

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Thank You! The tires won't hit the frame when the car drops to it's lowest level?
 

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I just did the ridge grappler 275/55/20s on my 2016, and it’s perfect. Even with suspension in access setting there is no rubbing anywhere.
 

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Here is a pic with the 20” ridge grappler on the front and my 22” vredestein on the rear for comparison.
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I have used these guys for 3 replacement sets, and am impressed. I first got a set because I couldn’t find any 22” snow tires in stock, and ordered a set of 20”s. I then ordered some for the wife, and now these for my off road.
 

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Has anyone any good ideas how to out off-road tires, or aftermarket wheels and tires on a supercharged RR that has the factory 22" rims and large disk brakes? I've taken it loosely off-road, but don't want to anything crazy with better tires.

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I have 22 inch factory rims on my 2008. I installed 285/40/22 Nitto 401's. I couldn't justify buying rims, and these tires were the best compromise over All Terrains on smaller rims. Ride is huge improvement over the 285/35/22 that the car had.
 

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I just did the ridge grappler 275/55/20s on my 2016, and it’s perfect. Even with suspension in access setting there is no rubbing anywhere.
Hi Dr. Gonzo, looks great! How's the road noise with the Nitto's. Love the look of those tires and thinking about getting a set.


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I notice some road noise @30mph and up, but it’s not too bad.
 

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Looks really good... I have the RRS V8 supercharged dynamic. Do you know if the 20 inch wheel will fit over the Brembo Brakes? Thanks
I don’t know on the sport dynamic, but for my full fat SC 20” rims worked over the brembo calipers for my snow tires.
 

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^^ Those are usually used on sports and they focus on lightweight, not a good thing for off roading.
Volk TE37 usually has a load rating of 690kg, while most RR/LR wheels have a load rating of 940kg. I wouldn't put those on any RR/LR
 
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