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Does anyone have pics of DI's or II's with aftermarket off road wheels? I read somewhere that the Disco's bolt pattern is 5x4.75 (someone posted about fitting a Camaro wheel on a DI and it firt perfectly), so I'm wondering if anyone has gone the bling bling route and put on some aftermarket wheels. Personally, I've always thought something like these would look bad ass on an DI with a 2-3" lift:





Of course, I just want to get some 15x7 white steel wheels and some 30-31's.

But jsut wondeirng if anyone has any pics

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look on www.cardomain.com there is always someone there with aftermarket wheels...All i have done to my RRC is just black steel rims
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no way a camaro wheel would fit- ever looked at the size of the wheel studs on a Disco before? They're HUGE in comparison to a regular car.

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no way a camaro wheel would fit- ever looked at the size of the wheel studs on a Disco before? They're HUGE in comparison to a regular car.
It was on Discoweb. With pics, and it was on the truck, bolted down. They were just seeing if the bolt pattern was the same, but not actually using the wheel.

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I have 22"s on my rangie....i thought discos had the same bolt pattern as P38s, which is 5x120 or 5x4.5?
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FWIW, the DI and Rangie, pre-p38, bolt pattern is more like 5x6. Huge. The DII wheels are closer to the 5x4.5 pattern. Someone here with a DII will have to confirm that though.

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FWIW, the DI and Rangie, pre-p38, bolt pattern is more like 5x6. Huge. The DII wheels are closer to the 5x4.5 pattern. Someone here with a DII will have to confirm that though.
Oh, is it? I think I'm just going to have to find some spare time and have Discout Tires measure it (there's one about 5 minutes from my house).

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DII Lug Pattern is It is 5x120mm or in US terms (5x4.72)
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DII Lug Pattern is It is 5x120mm or in US terms (5x4.72)
Yes and camaro pattern should be 5x114.5mm



Also the offset will be wrong . those wheels would stick out so far that you probly would look like those kids about 10 years ago with half of the wheel outside of his Ford Tempo riding on some gold Datons .


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Picture of Disco on really cool aftermarket wheels (you'll just have to trust me )
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Damn that sucks.... I can't imagine how pissed off i'd be

I remeber seeing the "Kalahari project" SG had.. there was plenty of pics of it with beadlockers

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The Disco I has a 5 on 6.5" pattern, and it needs a pretty large relief in the center to clear the axle flanges. I've never seen a car/truck that uses this pattern except some of the other Land Rover models.
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Oops, that's what I meant, 5x6.5 for DI bolt pattern. Do the DIIs and the FL share the same bolt pattern?

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Oops, that's what I meant, 5x6.5 for DI bolt pattern. Do the DIIs and the FL share the same bolt pattern?
No they don't .
DII has 5-120mm
FL has 5-114.5mm Just like the Brother product from Ford . Don't they share the chassy and most of the part ?


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Yeah, Ford and most other companys use the same parts for different vehicles. More economical that way, I suppose.

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