Or do the job properly and mill it off. Not an issue there as it is really slight a millimeter or two to clear the inner wheel. We wouldn't want to reduce ground clearance anymore than it is. If you would prefer ordering over the phone or still have more questions about these wheels please don't hesitate to call our toll free number and we will be delighted to offer our superlative customer service. A bit in favor of spacers - it can be undone when it comes time to sell and when the truck is lifted either via off road mode or Johnson Rods it actually narrows the track slightly so spacers would bring you back closer to stock track width.
Do t forget to wear safety glasses if you do it. The cutting is not that of a big of a problem. Also, did you have a shop do everything? I've read online that 1. You can quickly measure the pressure once the visual examination of the wheel evoked a shade of doubt. I don't know what part of the caliper you would need to work on but if you do a nice job and then paint them black or something I doubt anyone would ever notice. So, I'm not sure if the offset is right, but I don't care. This message will be removed once you have signed in.
That's a lot of caliper. Johnny you're speakin over my head now! Here is the link to spacers: I agree with Don - if you know what you are doing I don't. I did need to slightly grind the calipers. Your insurance might not be to happy if you end up in an at fault accident and have altered your brakes. You would need 4 spacers - one per wheel. Use no spacer requires significant grinding of the caliper.
The Discovery wheels would have to be machined out in the center. Jason mentioned it, and sounds like something I should consider. Tire1010 seems to have this size in stock. If you want to go that route and don't have the tools I'm sure plenty of people can lend them to you for an afternoon including myself. Discuss all things Land Rover. I've also seen some people making their own.
Next question, did you do it yourself, or did you take it somewhere? Been looking everywhere for these used factory rims? You can get the ToddCo ones I have direct from manufacturer. This doesn't cost anything additional. This will be my first project and want to be ready when everything arrives. The large tire is going to rub against it seriously and you need to cut it. Might be worth a call to an agent of your insurance company though.
Your insurance might not be to happy if you end up in an at fault accident and have altered your brakes. When we say Land Rover Wheels, we mean that all Redbourne wheels are engineered and built to be hub centric for your Land Rover. Too bad no one makes an off road tire in that size. If you want to go that route and don't have the tools I'm sure plenty of people can lend them to you for an afternoon including myself. The big issue where you may need a plasma cutter is the inner wheel horn. Perhaps a wrenching day at Justin's will be in order.
I have two left hands, no tools and young kids equals no time and thus I had a local shop do it for me. This is still my daily driver. Measures the thread diameter, the thread pitch, and the thread length. I was young and very stupid, got a piece of the caliper grinding in my eye. I would say a millimeter or two in just on space. The big issue where you may need a plasma cutter is the inner wheel horn. I have no problems with either path, with caveats.
How to fit rims with larger centre bore? So that's not ideal either. Its not a 1:1 ratio when shortening the rod so there is a little guess work there. I've never heard of anybody having a caliper fail due to clearancing but I suppose it's possible. I was young and very stupid, got a piece of the caliper grinding in my eye. Had to get he rust scraped out of my eyeball the next day. Do you think insurance wise, it would be better to use spacers? They should be showing up in stock this month if they aren't already. Find a perfect combination by choosing the right car air compressor to regulate the pressure in deflated or over-inflated tires.