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Hello new to this Forum. I have a 2001 Discovery II. If i put 265/75/16 all terrain Tires do i need a lift kit? Same question on my 2000 Range Rover i want to use same tires?
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You can do the lift or break out the sawsall and make room.

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So those tires dont fit without the lift?
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A pal of mine bought a nitto tires same size you mentioned. He eventually installed a lift kit to give that extra space.
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May fit on the disco but will likely rub without the lift especially if you still have a stock front bumper.
Likely about the same on the Range Rover possibly even less clearance

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Need help getting the right wheels for your Range Rover? Why not check out rnrwheels dot com. They have numerous locations with professionals on staff that will custom fit your tires and provide you with the assistance you need to get you back on the road.
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Or e mail Peter @ [email protected]?

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2002 D2 se7 6 seater . complete engine rebuild with flanged liners , 2 inch lift, terrafirma shocks, LT 275/65r18 Cooper stt tires, d1 modified front bumper, safety devices rack, 30" l.e.d. Light bar
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Yep. That was just a little too smooth for comfort.
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