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Old October 17th, 2016, 04:53 PM
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RRC TWR Wheels Set of 4

This are off a 1995 RRC SWB I parted out a couple of months ago. Not perfect but not terrible. There is some curb rash and some scratches on a couple of the wheels.

$200 plus shipping from CT 06776
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Old October 17th, 2016, 05:25 PM
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I'll take them. Pm'd
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Old October 17th, 2016, 05:29 PM
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PM me your address and I can figure out the cost of shipping these wheels all the way across the country.
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Oooooo... nice catch! I used to have these on the '93, always keeping an eye out for another set.
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Old October 18th, 2016, 06:52 AM
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D90Overkill you need to clear your PM's. I requested a quote from Fastenal.
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Old October 18th, 2016, 07:51 AM
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I have a single one of these if the buyer needs a spare.
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Old October 19th, 2016, 08:56 AM
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These wheels are still available.
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Good deal. Dont mean to hijack the thread, but what is the difference btw RRC TWRs and D90 Freestyles? (ducks)
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Old October 19th, 2016, 09:24 AM
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Totally different wheel. Look at the photographs and compare them to the Freestyle wheels I also have listed for sale. The only thing they have in common is both styles have five spokes.
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Old October 19th, 2016, 02:35 PM
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And bolt pattern ;-)

TWR's are my personal favorite for the RRC, but I'm refinishing a pair of GDE's just in case! ;-)

Pics in order: TWR's, Freestyle's, GDE's, Deep Dish (Thumper) and Boosts (Rusty)
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Bolt pattern is the same for both wheels.

D90Overkill do you still want these wheels? I got a quote from Fastenal and UPS but your mailbox is full.
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Bolt pattern is the same for both wheels. D90Overkill do you still want these wheels? I got a quote from Fastenal and UPS but your mailbox is full.
Yes. Sorry about the mailbox. Fixed it yesterday. Please pm again.
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Got it, thank you. Great pics Dave... agree the TWR's look best
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TWR's first made their appearance in the US on a handful of 1993 RRC SWB's with EAS. They were dubbed Range Rover Sport models. The wheel was used again in 1994 on all SWB's and by 1994 all RRC's had EAS. In 1995 the TWR was standard on all SWB's along with the 25th Anniversary LWB and Aspen Silver Editions.

The Freestyle, Boost and Deep Dish wheels were never offered as standard equipment on the RRC but many people have used them.

Finally, the GDE wheel or the Five Spoke wheel made it's appearance on the GDE RRC in 1990 (really a 1989 model) and the Range Rover County SE in 1991. The wheel was also used on all the LSE models in 1992 and all the LWB's in 1993. In 1993 they were typically painted body color.

The TWR's are by far the wheel that is in the greatest demand. I sell all the Cylcone wheels I can get my hands on as long as they are in mint condition. That's the wheel that was used on the 1994 LWB (finished in anthracite grey, a dark silver) and the 1995 LWB (finished in Sparkle Silver, a bright silver).

I could use those old three spoke Mustang wheels as planters around the yard. I don't think I've ever sold a set.
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Bah, just saw this - bummed I missed as I could really use a set. Oh well...
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Bah, just saw this - bummed I missed as I could really use a set. Oh well...
Aaaarrrrrrggghhhh! You caught me! ;-)

Ironically Nick, I was sending them to you! I was going to give you either the set I had in BC, or the set at Jeremy's, but neither seemed to be working out. So happy merry birthday swanzmicas! ;-)
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Aaaarrrrrrggghhhh! You caught me! ;-)

Ironically Nick, I was sending them to you! I was going to give you either the set I had in BC, or the set at Jeremy's, but neither seemed to be working out. So happy merry birthday swanzmicas! ;-)
AAHHHHH I'll pretend to unsee this. You're the best Dave! Wrapping up the Classic
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Haha! ;-)
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Since we are on the subject, were twists an 94 lwb only wheel ?
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If, by twist, you mean the Cyclone (Range Rover Classic Cyclone Alloy Wheel in Sparkle Silver | eBay), it was offered on LWB's in 1994 with a dark silver finish called Anthracite. It was brought back in 1995 on the LWB but with a more conventional bright silver finish called Sparkled Silver. Aside from the Five Spoke or GDE wheel offered in 1993 and the 1995 25th Anniversary and Aspen Edition that came with the TWR, the Cyclone was the only other wheel offered on the LWB in the US.
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