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BLRover



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Where are these wheels from?

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Trying to figure out who made these wheels. These are a 3 piece 22” alloy with dual valve stems. They are on my 2008 SC L322. The rover also has the rear aero spoiler but none of the aero package up front. Headrests and console lid have “J Gonzalez Special Edition” stitched into them. Appreciate any help. They seem like nice wheels, but I just can’t find any markings.
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Post #676379 25th Oct 2023 3:02am
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Had a good look on the internet for you, while having my lunch, even did a reverse image search, but all to no avail.

Have you taken a wheel off and looked for markings on the back? They're often cast into the rear of one of the spokes?

That might give a clue as to the manufacturer. Thumbs Up

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Post #676408 25th Oct 2023 1:16pm
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I appreciate the help! I have inspected the back of the wheels as well and there are no markings I can find at all.

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they're not standard land/range rover wheels so its pot luck trying to find out what they are. ... - .- -.




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Post #676420 25th Oct 2023 3:11pm
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Yeah, that was my fear which is why I was hoping for the broader brain trust. Perhaps someone has seen them before or some like them. Are fully custom wheels common here in the states? Candidly, I’ve never really paid much attention as wheels like this are not exactly my style.

Post #676422 25th Oct 2023 3:14pm
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Unlikely fully custom, but also most US manufacturers don't seem to ship a lot to Europe - maybe a type approval thing, I don't really know. However, it means we might be the wrong audience to help you. One of the US forums may yield better results on this one ?

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BLRover



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Fair point. I’ll post there as well to see if I can gain any traction. Thanks

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They remind me of hawke style alloys of old. V8 or else ...

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