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Old November 3rd, 2010, 12:10 PM
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Genuine 1 ton/NAS 110 Wheels ANR1534pm feeler

I have found a cache of these used in the UK. They will require sand blasting and repainting. It looks like I can offer them for about $140ea. These are the genuine Dunlop made wheels with the deep offset. New are $343.25 @ Rovers North. As those who have looked know these are pretty much unobtainium. Britpart knock off reproductions sell for $263.98 in the Uk.
If you are interested please let me know asap as I have a container leaving in the next few days.

To be clear will probably get a set of 5 for myself and two sets for Cabell but wont be buying them on spec.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 05:27 PM
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ok crickets chirping, guess I'll just get our 15 then.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 05:48 PM
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Just curious what makes these special?
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 05:55 PM
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I really love these wheels, but im hesitant on the price. You can't score any for dirt cheap? There has to be loads of them laying around the UK for practically free... no? I do understand we need them shipped to the US too.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 06:07 PM
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What makes these "special" is that they did not make many and people think they look cool. They only came on 1 tons, NAS 110s and I believe some 130s. They are 6.5inx16 where nearly all rover steel wheels are 5.5inx16.

They are like wolf wheels without the holes for venting.

What I don't like about them (and why I sold mine in favor of disco I steelies) is that they are tubed design (maybe some new ones are tubeless, I dunno)so they don't have the bead retention other rover wheels have.

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Just curious what makes these special?
1" wider than stock 110 steelies with a nice offset. They're great for putting real tires on a series truck.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 06:28 PM
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 06:39 PM
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There has to be loads of them laying around the UK for practically free... no? I do understand we need them shipped to the US too.
nope as noted above very limited applications which is what drives price-enough so that Britparts making knock offs -see Lr Series. These have a different offset than the wolfs so they allow a wider tire with no rubbing.

Ron when are you going to do something where you might loose a bead ? Cabell has been running these for years with 255.85's and never had a problem aired down.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 07:06 PM
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Its weird, I love these wheels and have had them on my 90 for three years. I have all terrains and never had a problem with air loss or anything else not running a tube. ( I know I don't wheel) I know that the set on my 90 which was new to me is seamed slightly different than the set on my 110 but otherwise they are the same. They just made some improvements inside the wheels.

Doug's price is decent and worth it as the going rate now is ridiculous. My set which is genuine I paid $500 fedexd from rimmer bros 3 years ago. There is no way to get them for that price now.

Land Rover still makes them so I have no clue why they charge so much.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 09:18 PM
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James I can do a deal on 8 pm'd you back.
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That is a great price. I nearly paid twice that for mine.

They are the "deep dish" wheels and as pointed out are 16x6.5 with backspacing of 4.5".

I took it a step further and had Stockton weld in new rims to give me 8" so increased my track.

I wouldn't worry too much about the tube/tubeless profile as the difference was minimal unless you plan on airing waaay down and shear loading on a slope.

I had Stockton put in Staun's so they are internal bead locks and also a bit of run-flat capability.

These are really "thick" steel like the "true" Wolf's.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 11:45 PM
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I get ya. NAS 110 wheels. I was looking for a set earlier in the year too. I'm debating. How long do we need to give a final yes? These are basically NAS stock alloys but steel. Able to run 285s or 315s
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Doug,

Did you get the PM I sent you about the other stuff? Just want to make sure
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I get ya. NAS 110 wheels. I was looking for a set earlier in the year too. I'm debating. How long do we need to give a final yes? These are basically NAS stock alloys but steel. Able to run 285s or 315s
Daniel,
I'm going to order once, and pay a delivery driver to pick them up and deliver them to the container only once. Once I have container delivery scheduled I'm going to buy them. The container is delivered,loaded, and leaves for the port in 2 hrs or less and never comes off the semi carriage so I have to have them there the day before.

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Did you get the PM I sent you about the other stuff? Just want to make sure
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Yes,that vendor is still in the weeds production wise. Not sure when that will come to fruition.
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Just wanted to make sure you got it, my 90 is still in a bunch of little parts at the moment so I am not in a hurry
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Ron when are you going to do something where you might loose a bead ? Cabell has been running these for years with 255.85's and never had a problem aired down.
Taking corners on I-95 at 100mph.

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PS ECR says they are ok to run without tubes so I am sure they are fine.
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Curious to what people are going to do to them.
Powdercoated?
Paint?
Rattle can?
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imho- powdercoat is great for the Blvds of LA. If you are going to wheel your truck, the first time you get into rocks the coating on the outer lip will be compromised and once that happens its all down hill. I had recently painted my Wolfs on the 130 and last weekend scuffed the rim on each one enough that they need touching up. This with 285's on a 6.5 rim aired down to 18.
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