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Old August 25th, 2014, 01:45 PM
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LR3 wheels onto L322?

The tires on my '06 l322 are going to need replacing at some point relatively soon. Currently it has 20" wheels from a supercharged on it now that look good but seriously limit the choice of tires, especially if I want anything but a street tire. Any know decisively if the 18" wheels from an LR3 will fit over the brake calipers as well as if the offset will work? I can't find anything conclusive on any of the more model-specific forums.

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Old August 25th, 2014, 01:49 PM
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If it is not supercharged the 18's will fit. I put 18" LR3 wheels on my mom's '05 RR.
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Old August 25th, 2014, 01:57 PM
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Thanks! Any idea what the biggest tires are that will fit? Thinking ATs or terra grapplers.
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No idea, we went with a stock size.
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Old August 25th, 2014, 02:23 PM
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I'd use this as a start point, potentially comparing your wheel wells to an LR3/LR4:
http://johnsonrods.com/johnson_rods_2_004.htm
I love my 285/65/18 Terra Grapplers.
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Good find, thanks, Ray
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Ive been running General Grabber AT2's on my LR3 for about a year now and they've been the best all-around tire Ive yet to experience. They were phenomenal through the Buffalo winter, quiet on the road, all wearing evenly and great in the rain. For the little amount they've seen off road they've been more than capable as well.
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Old August 25th, 2014, 03:55 PM
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I'll check them out, thanks! Did you have any luck with those l322 sliders last year?
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Tony, I'm following this as well because my L322 needs tires and I'm even more limited because I have and 2004 with 2006 19" wheels and there are like three options (overpriced Contis, Hancooks which suck in foul weather and off road, and one more I cant remember).


18" would be great.
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19" wheels and there are like three options
You can get Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac in the stock 255/55R19 now.
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Michelins, are by far the best...
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You can get Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac in the stock 255/55R19 now.
But Goodyear doesn't make round tires...
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But Goodyear doesn't make round tires...
True. But my LR3 doesn't actually run and drive at the moment.
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lr3 wheel will work and I put Kevlar on mine cant remember size
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