2015 LR4 - want a full size spare

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I have had a very cool Front Runner rack system and recently purchased the spare carrier for the roof. The donut does not very cool :( So looking at used 5x20 19" rims there is a limited choice when matching the style. My question is, can I use any 2000 or newer Land Rover 19" rim? I found several on ebay from 2011 Range Rovers. Would this work? Assume the 5x120 pattern in the same but unsure about the offset and how to compare. Thanks for your thoughts.
 

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Standard width is 8.5” and offset is 53
 

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Yes those Range Rover wheels will work (2010+) will work but isn't that a ton of weight to lug around way up high on your vehicle? Older than that and the wheels require different lug nuts. It may be 2009...
 

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My question is, can I use any 2000 or newer Land Rover 19" rim? I found several on ebay from 2011 Range Rovers. Would this work? Assume the 5x120 pattern in the same but unsure about the offset and how to compare. Thanks for your thoughts.
No, you cannot use ANY rim from LR that is 19" and 2000+, at least not with the LR4 lug nuts. I got a set of 2003-2005 Range Rover wheels (19x8.0 ET57) and they fit no problem, however they required different lug nuts. I didn't want to deal with the hassle and ended up sourcing a set of LR4 wheels instead.

Sorry, I don't know what years/models to avoid... but I think the 2011 RR might be ok?
 

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It was around 2006+ that the RR wheels used the same lug nut design. I am running some old RR 7 spokes for winter tires and I believe they were 2006. Any earlier is not worth the hassle IMO for a one off spare (lugging around extra lugs lol)

These wheels. Not my rig.

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It was around 2006+ that the RR wheels used the same lug nut design. I am running some old RR 7 spokes for winter tires and I believe they were 2006. Any earlier is not worth the hassle IMO for a one off spare (lugging around extra lugs lol)
I believe that is correct. From memory, the 2003-2005 RR wheels with different lug nuts also did not support TPMS. That may not be an issue with 2006+. I also did not want to mess with mixed lug nuts. The extra set of wheels is for dedicated snow tires (Nokian Hakkas), btw.
 

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