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Old January 29th, 2009, 10:17 AM
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WTB 2003 Range Rover

I am looking for a 2003 Range Rover. Prefer green or blue with cream interior with cherry wood dash. The perfect truck would be low mileage, 18" wheels (no 19" or 20" bling please) front brush guard and SD roof rack. Willing to pay up to $18K for the right truck. Prefer truck with front prop shaft failure addressed.

Looking for this transaction to take place at end of Feb. beginning of March.

Send me a PM.

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19" wheels were stock on 03 models so 19" wheels are fine. Thanks.
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Old January 29th, 2009, 10:27 AM
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the 03 RR came with the 19's... The 20's were an upgrade. I do not think that you could put 18's on the RR, since the hub is different.
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Old January 29th, 2009, 10:32 AM
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There are two 18" wheel sizes available for the MK III an 18x7.5 and a 18 x 8. They were standard in all markets except NAS and available from Land Rover. I am going to put 18" MTRs on this truck.
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the 03 RR came with the 19's... The 20's were an upgrade. I do not think that you could put 18's on the RR, since the hub is different.
Yup, LR made a set of factory 18s for the MKIII. I've been trying to get a set since I got mine in '05. They're rare in the USA, and hence, expensive. I'm told that if you buy a set of '06 or newer lug nuts, you can put a set of RRS or LR3 18s on a '03 RR.
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Old January 29th, 2009, 08:26 PM
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I am told X5 wheels fit too, but I never tried it.
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Old January 30th, 2009, 12:41 AM
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Yah, I've heard the same thing.
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Old January 30th, 2009, 08:50 AM
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Recieved and PM'd back.

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Yup, LR made a set of factory 18s for the MKIII. I've been trying to get a set since I got mine in '05. They're rare in the USA, and hence, expensive. I'm told that if you buy a set of '06 or newer lug nuts, you can put a set of RRS or LR3 18s on a '03 RR.
That is my understanding as well, there is a good writeup here.

http://rangerovers.net/outfitting/tires/mkiiitires.html
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i emailed you a bunch of pictures.

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