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18” rims

Discussion in 'LR4' started by Kavamatt, Aug 3, 2020.

  1. Kavamatt

    Kavamatt New Member

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    I recently ran into a guy in Yellowstone with the same 2011 LR4 and he had 18” rims that didn’t require spacers. I can’t remember what they were called and can’t find them anywhere I think they were called something art.


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    Pretty sure the non-spacer choices are

    Tuffant


    Compomotive

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    Evo Corse

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    I use Compomotive PD1881 18” alloys and they do not require spacers
     
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    Love my Tuff Ant wheels... 5 were $1000 including shipping. The Compomotives are significantly more but good too.
     
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    TuffAnt has 18" Steelies and will soon have 18" Alloys in the US. Both fit without any spacers or mods

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    image credit for steelies: Burcham Car Sourcing.
    Image of alloys is my car :)
     
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    Compomotive's or Evo Corse- no spacer [​IMG]required.............
     
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    As I've said on other threads on the forum, the D4 is THE BEST vehicle in its class without doubt. Ride
    quality, comfort, offroad ability, size, etc, so don't compromise with replacement wheels. The best (and
    most expensive!) are the Compomotives. No spacers, rods etc are needed, they are lighter (I believe) than
    the steelies , stronger & look superb on a D4. The company has a very long history in motorsport & makes the finest quality products. My Compo's are "Anthracite" grey & the vehicle is dark Corris grey. It looks vastly better than with the OE 19" alloys, especially with BFG KO2's fitted. I went for 265/60-18's to avoid any issues with rubbing & I'm totally happy with their performance on very rough rocky tracks.
    The BFG's have the strongest sidewalls I've found in the past 2 sets I've owned on an earlier
    Disco.
    The cost of the wheels is relatively minor compared to the value & irreplacability (??) of a good D4.
    Of course the above is only MY opinion, but I'll stand behind the Compo's & BFG's against any competitive
    wheel & tire combination.
     
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