Aftermarket Wheel Options for 110/130?

ssort

Member
Hi to all, thanks for a great community for LR owners!

Question and opinions welcome- I have a 130 that just came it and I’m looking for aftermarket (alloy) wheels for the truck. I don’t see many options other then ‘sawtooth’ style, Kahn and Proline from RN and

I must be missing some other options?? I know the bolt pattern and the hub limit things but i’m hoping their are some other wheel styles to choose from that i have missed from the UK and or USA retailers.

Not sure i want 18’s, probably prefer to stick to 16’s to run 255/85 R16’s.

Will add wider eyebrow flares if needed and they probably are is my guess.

Thank you In advance!

TR
 

Napalm00

Technical Excellence Contributor
mach 5 steel and alloy copies, black rhino makes a wheel, the ones you listed and not much else. check land rovers owners magazine
 

ssort

Member
Black Rhino? I have them on another rig. So far so good. I thought I spoke to them a while ago and they said no fitments from them. I will try again.
 

Napalm00

Technical Excellence Contributor
Method race wheels also makes a wheel but it requires aftermarket lug nuts that they used to manufacture and no longer do. So if you buy that wheel you have to use undersized wheel spacer lug nuts and it looks absolutely atrocious
 

ssort

Member
Realm from Blk Rhino looks good but they don’t have any in stock. I’ll checL a few of the retailers. It appears to be the only one they make in 5x165.

thanks!
 

ssort

Member
That might be above my pay grade but I’m sure others know. I just assumed the 5x165 configuration would fit the 110/130 hub.

Thanks!
 

JimC

Super Moderator
Staff member
Also, check the weight rating for any alloys you fit. Tornado, freestyle etc aren’t rated fir the GVWR of 110s and 130s. I think boosts are, I think sawtooth is also but don’t know about knock-offs. I think the chances that you’ll .Mac out your weight capacity on the 130 are low, but just realize that it’s possible to fit an OEM wheel that is technically under-rated.
 

evilfij

Well-known member
Ya, boosts are the only alloys that came to the US that are rated for a 110. Not sure about the newer ones.
 

dkemm

Well-known member
Method race wheels also makes a wheel but it requires aftermarket lug nuts that they used to manufacture and no longer do. So if you buy that wheel you have to use undersized wheel spacer lug nuts and it looks absolutely atrocious
that is good to know...I was looking at method...but havent purchased...looking into lug nuts....so great info...
 

dkemm

Well-known member
are Zu available in US? I know these look similar to Mach5....are Mach5 knock offs? (or the other way around?)
 

Napalm00

Technical Excellence Contributor
mach5 alloy and zu are slight different. Mach5 use special lugs that come with the wheels, ZU use the alloy rover lug nuts . there is also a steel mach 5 style wheel

the maxxtraxx mach 5 pn DA2471 is a 16x8 and the lightest 16x8 alloy that i found at 22 lbs ...my next wheel
 
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