If you are interested, please inquire with one of our customer service representatives, and we would be happy to put together the right package for you. They get a lot of stress, particularly out there near the tire. The 19x9 wheels might rub at full lock. Equipped with the choice of either a V6 either a 2. Good traction and ground clearance are key elemements to tackling tough trails and limiting vehicle damage.
The Cooper image has about 32,000 miles on it, holding up great, the Nittos about 15,000 I think, maybe a bit less. Our guarantee ensures you receive the best possible quality wheel. Regards, Nathan The best tire for mud, snow, ice, sand, and rock that are the smoothest, softest, and quietest highway ride; are the. Any suggestions or experience you could give would be helpful. So even though my offsets will be the same, I'll still have a wider wheel, and there's probably some risk of rubbing.
My Favorite Tires Without a Johnson Rod lift kit, tires 31 inches and larger will start to rub. I'm with you on the offset. I was hoping for more snow this year to try them out some more, but for what they did tackle, they handle well. Like the post above for example. However, they do fill the wheel well, and allow very little room inside between the tire sidewall and the upper suspension A-arm. I have two concerns: 1.
Seems like the 60s would be a good choice for those of us with occasional off-road or bad weather use. Performance of the tire in different environment A. For a slightly milder tread pattern, the Goodyear Silent Armors are well regarded. For me, terrain by definition is off pavement. I am not familar with the particulars, but it seems like they needed to lathe out a portion of the hub to get them to fit. Some choose to go smaller and that's fine depending on your objectives. The Silent Armours are certainly a quality, capable tire, but they are decidedly street oriented.
Although you can stuff a larger tire into the wheel well without a lift, it will look terrible taking up all the space and perform bad off road. Find a specific example of a wheel you like and I'm sure we can use a site to show you the difference and you can do rough measurements to find out. If you have it, move it, as it could be rubbed through in a hard right turn with larger than stock tires. I thought the Cooper tread pattern was cool looking but the inside of the front tires wore unevenly despite Land Rover claiming the alignment was correct. Do you plan to run in standard height? We install the sensor as well as mount and balance the tire before shipping, so you receive Land Rover wheels that are road ready.
Looking to score some Land Rover takeoff wheels from either craigslist or ebay. That will tell you how much more of the rim will stick inwards on the vehicle. If your are running larger t tires, check out your chassis to see if you have this sensor wire. You will need to check your front left wheel well for the brake sensor location though. I do not off-road at all but live where it snows and I think the Continentals are the more comfortable, easy to live with tires for 90% of us who daily drive this massive vehicle.
There are lots of places to find the wheels via 3rd party shops that are online. You can reuse the clip its mounted with! Looks like It is getting put in its place. Any mods not suspension related in order to accommodate a new tire size 4. Please just let our customer service center know and we will be happy to make things right. Here is another link with more actual info. It just depends on how much you want to spend, and how often you will use the more extreme capabilities of the tire. I did a bit more searching and found this: They seemed to like them, and they tested them in snow and dirt.
The wheels in the link above are also 53 and those are the type of wheels I'd like to get. Next step will be putting the right tires on those rims. This ensures that not only does the wheel look like a new wheel off the Land Rover assembly line, but it performs like one too. Wheel specifications: - Pattern: 5 lug - Pitch Circle Diameter: 120mm - Offset is 53P approximately 165mm or 6. I am not running a Jeep anymore : So far I have keept up with the guys I run with on my avons other than in the deep snow. I was hoping to do more this summer but the coopers became hard to find just as I was ready to upgrade them. Cheers, Nathan Woods Hi Nathan, great information on tires! The 19x9 wheels might rub at full lock.
Are there any issues with increasing the total wheel size? I'll let you know how it matches up to the originals. So at best, we are left with a very quiet highway tire that does good in wet weather and high speed cornering stability. Another concern is the speed rating and heat dispersion since the stock specs are H or better and both the Coopers and Nittos are S rated. I read somewhere that they may not fit on an V8 model which apparently have bigger brakes than the V6. It would be great If we could organize all the info we would like to see in the post ex 1. I have found this to be a perfect size for off road use and it leaves some room with the lift for the wheel to articulate.