in a nutshell...New owner here with an '08 HSE with 19" rims, looking to upgrade and upsize my tires. Looks like there are very few choices for an AT tire with 19" rims, looking for any leads on 18" rims or a 19" tire I don't know about. Thanks.
You may wish to click on the link below which takes you to a section of my gallery on disco3 where I have some comments about the 18" x 10 spoke that you want and the 19" x 6 spoke that you have. For me the same thing, found the 18" on eBay with good winter rubber, (not that great a deal at about thousand dollars), but worked for me.New owner here with an '08 HSE with 19" rims, looking to upgrade and upsize my tires. Looks like there are very few choices for an AT tire with 19" rims, looking for any leads on 18" rims or a 19" tire I don't know about. Thanks.
On eBay, you go mainly by what the spokes look like. There are always subtle differences between the wheels of different models.Thanks for the info, I will try the eBay / craiglist thing.
BBYER - if I do find 18" for sale how would I confirm they are from an LR3 and not the lighter RR ones?
Getting ready to order my height sensors...
You actually ask a hard question. I really do not know what the load ratings of the DII wheels are, but I expect less, as the DII weighs less. Also without the air suspension, the wheels tend to stay more on the ground whereas the 3 seems to be able to balance on one wheel - seems that way anyway, so the loadings can be significant. As to the important stuff like bolt circle and offset, again I do not know.One more question, will DII wheels fit a LR3?
Rubbing is a rather gently way of asking if one has experienced their front wheel sensor harness being ripped off by the tyres.Question: At 285/60/18, have you experienced any rubbing at all? Any time say when LR3 is fully loaded with gear or on/off highway ramps or clearing large rocks?