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Disco 2 Wheel confirmation please

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Matt2e0fgx, Jul 19, 2020.

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    Matt2e0fgx Active Member

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    Hello all , I am currently using 245 75 r16 on my d2 , but going to change to modular steel wheels 2 questions really 7 or 8" wide and et25 or et35 ?

    I can not find a explanation how they are measured or sized compared to the standard wheels .

    Thank you.
     
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    Look carefully and I think you will find its et25 and et-35 (minus)

    My standards were et57. Use this.....

    https://www.willtheyfit.com
     
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    You'll be very lucky to find any 7 inch wide modulars for a D2. I've never seen any advertised.
     
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    Matt2e0fgx Active Member

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    I seen some on 2 websites . Unless on the 235 fitment?
     
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    Matt2e0fgx Active Member

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    Cheers just have looked and the et35 will be ones I go for 22m further out .

    Thank you
     
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    Pawl Well-Known Member

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    Could you share which websites?
    I use 235/85 mud tyres and 7 inch rims would be better than my current 8 inch
     
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    Matt2e0fgx Active Member

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    4x4 tyres have another design also , also think raptor tyres or raptor 4x4 have them
     
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    Only problem is the offsets are silly 0 or 8 which a huge difference to the standard 57
     
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    Thanks for the link.
    Unfortunately those are Defender / Disco 1 / RR Classic fitment - which is also why the offset is so different
     
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    Give me a minute il see what I can find
     
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    D2/p38 aftermarket wheel options are pretty limited compared to tdi/RRC/defender sizes.
     
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    Seems that way .

    I whipped my spare off and found embossed is 8j and ofset of ET 57

    Looking like the offset of ET35 is closest I can find .
     
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