18’ wheel suggestions for my black 2010 LR4

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  1. Jimmy Brooks

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    I’m looking to fit 265 65R 18 Nitto Grappler G2’s on my LR4 and was wonder if anyone had any good suggestions of rims that aren’t hideous to look at and that actually match the nuts and bolts pattern on my car. I’m looking for a black 18’ not flashy but look tough and show that I’m not a mall runner.
     
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    There are plenty of posts on this, the go to setup is either the compomotives or the LR3 18" wheels with 1.25" spacers. I did the spacers with BFGs and am very happy with it. It give it an aggressive wider stance, although I'm probably wearing out my lower control arms faster :)
     
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    Mud Tech 18x8.5". Raid wheel.
    265/65R18. BFG KO2

    no rubbing, or modifications required.

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    TuffAnt 18x8 steelies IMG_20190603_173033.jpg IMG_20190616_085517.jpg
     
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    what kind of sliders are these? they look more low profile than others i've seen or is it just the perspective of the pic? (most stick out more, slightly past the wheel well...)
     
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    No spacers required for those ?

     
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    I believe you can also just use LR3 rims with no spacers and grind the caliper down a bit
     
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    These were installed when I bought the truck, but I'm assuming they're stock. No branding on them
     
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    no spacers.
     
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