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James W



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reviving this thread to ask if the defender wheels used bolts or nuts for these wheels..

i've seen a thread here saying that the new range rover L460 wheels use bolts so the 'normal' nuts used on the L405 do not fit properly , so a purchase of ford transit nuts is required..

wondering if the defender is the same as the L460.. ... - .- -.




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I just used the existing bolts that were on the L405. V8 or else ...

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you mean nuts?


thanks for the info Wink ... - .- -.




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I've seen a set of 5 of these at a really good price. Does anyone know whether they're OK on an L322?

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Would either removing and re-using the original TPMS valves or getting another L405 set work? I don’t have an IID tool, and anyway would prefer to have the monitoring functional. 2018 L405 4.4 SDV8 Autobiography
2010 L322 3.6 TDV8 Vogue SE, 171000 miles and counting….

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Re-using the originals would likely work.
If you bought another set, I *think* they might need registered to the car using IID tool or similar. V8 or else ...

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When you say take offs, I assume that means that they are not Land Rover wheels, right?

Are they 20x8.5 ET41.5? Current: 2017 L405 ATB, 2016 LR4 SE
Past: 2001 RRR H&H, 1993 RRC SE, 1989 RRC, 1990 RRC, 1995-97-98 D1

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fisha wrote:
Re-using the originals would likely work.
If you bought another set, I *think* they might need registered to the car using IID tool or similar.


One more question, Fisha, if you don’t mind; What pressures have you settled on? The Defender runs 33 / 36psi, but I assume it’s considerably lighter than an L405! 2018 L405 4.4 SDV8 Autobiography
2010 L322 3.6 TDV8 Vogue SE, 171000 miles and counting….

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Good question … in short 33ish on the front and 37-38 ish on the rear ( I tow a horse trailer from time to time )

In answering this, I found out that my gauge on the inflator hose was over-reading by quite a margin. When reading 38, the tyre was actually 30. Noticed it cause there was a wee bit of bulge more than I thought there should be for that pressure.

New inflator gun and now back up to 38 and the ride is markedly better and feels smoother somehow ( despite the harder tyre … hey ho ) V8 or else ...

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In reply to the question raised by BDD123 regarding the term “take-offs”.

In the UK this refers to factory fitted wheels removed from new or nearly new cars by the main dealer or customising shop as part of an upgrade to a different LR wheel or 3rd party supplied wheel.

I’ve purchased “take-offs” a number of times from both LR dealers and customising shops and they can usually be purchased at bargain prices when compared to the new price.

I’d be interested to know if anyone has fitted the Defender style 5098 in dark satin to their L405. I had these on both of Defenders I’ve owned and they were great looking wheels and so easy to keep clean. 2019 L405 SDV8 Autobiography
2023 Defender P400e HSE X-dynamic - gone
2020 Defender P300 SE - gone

2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR - gone
2013 SDV8 Autobiography - gone
2011 L322 TDV8 Vogue SE - gone
2006 L322 3.6 Vogue Se - gone
1999 P38 4.0 se - gone
199? Classic 3.5 - gone

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The 5 spokes were what I really wanted originally, but the ones I got were too good a deal
. … i found the finish on mine as easy to clean as any other wheel to be honest. V8 or else ...

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L663 take-offs now fitted. Extraordinarily good value, five wheels with new tyres for £400! Plus another £80 for a set of TPMS sensors and valves. Oh, and another £80 to fit the sensors and rebalance all five wheels.

Full size spare fits fine in the wheel well.

Handling is lovely, smooooth! That’s on 34psi front and 37psi rear. 2018 L405 4.4 SDV8 Autobiography
2010 L322 3.6 TDV8 Vogue SE, 171000 miles and counting….

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I’m going to have to seriously look at getting some of these for my L405. I had the satin 5 spokes on my previous new Defender and I’d probably go for those. 2019 L405 SDV8 Autobiography
2023 Defender P400e HSE X-dynamic - gone
2020 Defender P300 SE - gone

2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR - gone
2013 SDV8 Autobiography - gone
2011 L322 TDV8 Vogue SE - gone
2006 L322 3.6 Vogue Se - gone
1999 P38 4.0 se - gone
199? Classic 3.5 - gone

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Jorrocks wrote:


L663 take-offs now fitted. Extraordinarily good value, five wheels with new tyres for £400! Plus another £80 for a set of TPMS sensors and valves. Oh, and another £80 to fit the sensors and rebalance all five wheels.

Full size spare fits fine in the wheel well.

Handling is lovely, smooooth! That’s on 34psi front and 37psi rear.


That's quite a deal. Can I ask where you got them from?
And they look like 5095-style, is that right? I prefer those to the 5098s

Dominic

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