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cossiedave



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bmw alloys on sport

has anybody ever fitted 20 inch x5 wheels on there sport

Post #459166 Tue Apr 14 2015 6:14pm
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cossiedave



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England 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 Autobiography Zambezi Silver

nobody fitted bmw wheels then lol

Post #459399 Thu Apr 16 2015 4:42pm
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PEACHY



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I haven't & don't suppose I ever will - it's a Range Rover Rolling with laughter Rolling with laughter Thumbs Up 14MY Autobiography Dynamic - SDV6 - Fuji White Smile
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Post #459401 Thu Apr 16 2015 5:08pm
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cossiedave



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i will post some piccies up tomorrow lol just hope the 315/35/20 on the rear dont catch Rolling with laughter

Post #459409 Thu Apr 16 2015 6:32pm
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Couchnomad



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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Lux Java Black

Watch out for cracks, BMW wheels are renowned for them, I had to buy a new rear 20" wheel for my old X5 (500) which had cracked, 3 series (19's) ones are worse I've seen loads cracked, very poor standard BMW wheels are. Exclamation Current RRS 2.7 (de-badged Black) & 335i Cab for the sunny days.

Post #459423 Thu Apr 16 2015 8:00pm
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cossiedave



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cheers for that mate but not heard off any new shape x5 rims cracking just loosing there laquer very fast lol

Post #459426 Thu Apr 16 2015 8:26pm
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garrycol



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I have put BMW X5 17" rims on my RRS - they need different wheel nuts but work fine.

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Post #459441 Fri Apr 17 2015 1:03am
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cossiedave



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i think they look ok and its drives better lol

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362bkr



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hutchy180



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very smart! what are the odds on bmw 22'' rims fitting a RRS? haven't found any that really catch my eye yet but seeing what other types of wheels are out there!! although there are a few aftermarket brands that say fit bmw that do look smart!! but aren't compatible for RRS

Post #544886 Fri Jan 05 2018 4:17pm
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Tim in Scotland



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Seeing as an X5 is somewhat lighter than an RRS I would be concerned that the BMW wheels were strong enough for the RRS, also you might find the RRS’s ride becomes harsher than you are used to going up to 22” - have you thought about fitting OEM 22’s from an L494 RRS2? 2018 Melting Silver Mini Countryman PHEV - a test car before Seeing if I could go to totally Petrol/Diesel free motoring
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jason-nike



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They look good tbh

Post #544898 Fri Jan 05 2018 5:52pm
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Eaters



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Tim in Scotland wrote:
Seeing as an X5 is somewhat lighter than an RRS I would be concerned that the BMW wheels were strong enough for the RRS, also you might find the RRS’s ride becomes harsher than you are used to going up to 22” - have you thought about fitting OEM 22’s from an L494 RRS2?
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Picking up Tim’s point, you should be able to find the load rating for your wheels on the inside spokes. You certainly don’t want them to collapse on you not to mention the risk re insurance being void. Sorry to spoil the fun but these are the things that keep you going in the right direction safely Thumbs Up Robin
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Post #544904 Fri Jan 05 2018 6:25pm
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SRE



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Looks like the rear tyres are sticking out past the body work, or is it an optical illusion ??? In Spain - 2018 F Pace - Down and out's Velar
In UK - Not saying, but its NOT a Muddy Milk Float.
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Post #544947 Sat Jan 06 2018 10:31am
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