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Old January 10th, 2015, 08:08 PM
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NAS 110 Steel Wheels ANR1534

I just pulled these out of storage and noticed these bands around the inner part of the wheel. Anyone know what they are? Maybe some sort of seal? Are they needed?
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Old January 10th, 2015, 08:36 PM
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They look like run flats to me
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Old January 10th, 2015, 09:04 PM
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Retaining rings for run flats. Not factory.
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Run flats?
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Old January 10th, 2015, 09:19 PM
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Thank you guys. Can you please go into a little more detail. I'm clearly clueless. Going to run stock sized km2s, so I'm assuming I can just remove them and go about my business
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Those wheels were once fitted to a Defender that was armored and had run flats. The bands are known as run flat retention system


http://www.landrover.com/Images/7113...m281-87391.pdf
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Watch the video... gives the general idea

http://www.caravantimes.co.uk/video/...-$21383092.htm
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Mine have these, too. Are they common? Is this why tire shops were incapable of removing the tire from the wheel? Should I get the tool from their website?

Answered my own question. I'll have to get their fitting kit to remove it to replace the tube apparentla.
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Old January 11th, 2015, 12:05 AM
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So there is a special tool needed to remove these things? I wanted to strip and coat them.
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I just pulled these out of storage and noticed these bands around the inner part of the wheel. Anyone know what they are? Maybe some sort of seal? Are they needed?
Those have been put there by the PO to let you know that the wheels are no longer any good. You should allow me to take these off of your hands.

Just kidding. Just remove and you are good to go.
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So there is a special tool needed to remove these things? I wanted to strip and coat them.
If you go to their website http://www.tyron-usa.com/ and go to installation, you can see the six legged massive spider looking tool. My understanding from scouring their sites is that you mount the tire, then use that to push it down then un-band by loosening the nut on the tension bar thingy. Then take off the band then you can get better access in the wheel to remove the bead. It fills in the well so you can't really easily pop the bead. I imagine if that's how you install it you have to take it off before removing it. I'm calling them tomorrow to buy the tool regardless of how much it costs. I'll let you know.
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Pretty cool, thank you. I am going to remove them if anyone is interested in them.
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Old January 11th, 2015, 10:17 AM
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Pretty cool, thank you. I am going to remove them if anyone is interested in them.
I just realized that you have no rubber on yours but I imagine to mount tires on there you'd still have to take them off. A lot easier at that point, though.
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Those wheels were once fitted to a Defender that was armored and had run flats. The bands are known as run flat retention system


http://www.landrover.com/Images/7113...m281-87391.pdf

Very cool link. I was under the impression ANR1534 aka D130/one ton/NAS 110 steel wheels were NLA by LR and were replaced by wolfs? Maybe the link doesn't have ANR1534 and they are the ROW skinnies.

Sry to go off topic, but it appears the question from the OP has been answered
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They are off
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The removal tool/kit costs $150ish plus shipping of roughly $20 for reference. They did give me a military discount which knocked it back to $120.
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Any interest in my bands?
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