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Old January 9th, 2014, 09:25 PM
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WTB: ANR1534PM LR Genuine 1 ton/NAS 110 Wheels

Throwing out the Hail Mary here and looking for (5) LR genuine tubeless steel ANR1534PM wheels 6.5" X 16. Searched the threads and nothing. It's been about a month since someone last punched this dead horse, so I figured I throw it out there.

There's a lot of confusion in past threads about whether this particular part number is a 5.5" or the 6.5" width (my understanding that ANR1534PM is 6.5" width), but to be clear I need the 6.5" as I'm running 255 X 85.

SafariHP is sold out, so is anyone out there hoarding? If not, I gotta try Craddock or Blanchard or even LR which is gonna sting...bad.

------ Follow up post added January 9th, 2014 09:27 PM ------

Have mercy on me - I'm running 3 castors, one freestyle and a spare castor that is currently flat.
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Old January 9th, 2014, 10:10 PM
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Old January 9th, 2014, 10:29 PM
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Took me a while to find some.....and they needed to be reconditioned!
FWIW, I mounted an odd size on my 1534s which gave a good balance aspect ratio I wanted (275/75/16) and the rims accommodate the extra width just fine.

Of course, you could save yourself the hassle and just buy my Wolfs which already come equipped with 265 KMs

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...highlight=Wolf
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Old January 9th, 2014, 10:34 PM
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Sounds like you need an extra Castor, and you'd be fine, but what self respecting Land Rover owner doesn't have multiple sets of wheels?



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Old January 9th, 2014, 10:36 PM
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Took me a while to find some.....and they needed to be reconditioned!
FWIW, I mounted an odd size on my 1534s which gave a good balance aspect ratio I wanted (275/75/16) and the rims accommodate the extra width just fine.

Of course, you could save yourself the hassle and just buy my Wolfs which already come equipped with 265 KMs

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...highlight=Wolf
I know, I thought about the WOLFs as they'd be an easier acquisition, but like everything with this car I must go about it the hard way...
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I know, I thought about the WOLFs as they'd be an easier acquisition, but like everything with this car I must go about it the hard way...
I'm familiar with that philosophy!
How do you think I ended up with ANR1534s!
I didn't need them at all. The Wolfs were fine, except that I wanted an excuse for a quieter tire for the highway so I knew I was going to BFG all terrains instead.
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No more Castors for me, I swear they are bad luck...
Recycling my D1 castors on my build. And of course my steel spare. I like them!
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looking for ANR1534PM myself. Wondered however if series wheel centers could be used to make a custom
version of the ANR1534PM with more options on width and offset.
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Throwing out the Hail Mary here and looking for (5) LR genuine tubeless steel ANR1534PM wheels 6.5" X 16. Searched the threads and nothing. It's been about a month since someone last punched this dead horse, so I figured I throw it out there.

There's a lot of confusion in past threads about whether this particular part number is a 5.5" or the 6.5" width (my understanding that ANR1534PM is 6.5" width), but to be clear I need the 6.5" as I'm running 255 X 85.

SafariHP is sold out, so is anyone out there hoarding? If not, I gotta try Craddock or Blanchard or even LR which is gonna sting...bad.

------ Follow up post added January 9th, 2014 09:27 PM ------

Have mercy on me - I'm running 3 castors, one freestyle and a spare castor that is currently flat.
Look to be in stock here : http://www.lrseries.com/shop/product...OAD-WHEEL.html
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Thanks! It's looking like I'm going to have to bite the bullet and order new from across the pond.
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Thanks! It's looking like I'm going to have to bite the bullet and order new from across the pond.
Ummm, yeah.....are you aware how much these things weigh?
They're freakin heavy. You could be in trouble with air freight.

Somebody has to be bringing a container over on the board. Forget RoRo piggyback, those things will dissappear.

THat's a thought actually.....I bet if a few people approached SHP or onther vendor on here with the idea of a bulk order of say 10 complete sets. It seems like there is enough demand.

Just that when the cost per wheel approaches $500 it starts to get out of control $$$. I bet you're looking at even more than that after shipping across the pond. It wouldn't surprise me if these tipped the scale at over 40lbs each.

I lucked out an found mine locally for $80 each, but they needed some TLC. Media blasted them and painted them myself so it was tolerable, but I'd definately balk if it was going to cost me over $250 each.

I think it might have been Josh/Horsey that scored the best deal I've seen on ANR1534s ever. The crazy stalking paid off I don't think those wheels needed anything and they were about as cheap as mine.
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Why not just get Wolf wheels? Nearly the same thing and a hell of a lot cheaper.

http://www.paddockspares.com/anr4583...er-coated.html
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Why not just get Wolf wheels? Nearly the same thing and a hell of a lot cheaper.

http://www.paddockspares.com/anr4583...er-coated.html
Even OE, they are not too bad:

http://landrovermerriamparts.com/par...&siteid=215719
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Why not just get Wolf wheels? Nearly the same thing and a hell of a lot cheaper. http://www.paddockspares.com/anr4583...er-coated.html
I thought the same thing I bought a set of wolfs and when compared to my 1534s there not the same offset . The wolfs have more backspace don't stick out as far and rub the radius arms where the 1534s don't with a 255/85 km2 . The wolfs I had where from RN and made in China ? Maybe not the same offset as originals .
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looking for ANR1534PM myself. Wondered however if series wheel centers could be used to make a custom
version of the ANR1534PM with more options on width and offset.
My plan is to re-rim mine for the 109
I went that route with my 72 FJ40. I had Stockton wheel widen them to 7" and with a 3.5 offset. I sent them the centers from my riveted rims and got back welded wheels so they would clear the brake calipers so now they look stock but are safe for wider tires.

They also can take a 15" wheel ctr and install a 16" rim

cost was about $700 total with shipping from California to Virginia unpainted
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My plan is to re-rim mine for the 109
I went that route with my 72 FJ40. I had Stockton wheel widen them to 7" and with a 3.5 offset. I sent them the centers from my riveted rims and got back welded wheels so they would clear the brake calipers so now they look stock but are safe for wider tires.

They also can take a 15" wheel ctr and install a 16" rim

cost was about $700 total with shipping from California to Virginia unpainted


I have given that idea as an option, nice to be able to specify backspacing and have a 16X7 version of the 1 ton wheel. PM sent
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