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datcullen



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Post #664989 17th Nov 2017 6:56am
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L110CDL



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I'm very interested in these, but i'm not sure if they would look right on Millie ? i do like the " old skool " look though Wink 1996 Golf Blue 300Tdi 110 Pick up. Keeper.

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Post #668123 30th Nov 2017 10:58pm
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Post #668125 30th Nov 2017 11:01pm
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Sulisuli



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Clayton you need a set of Bowlers Whistle ..not these for Millie Very Happy Being a sewage diver at least I know how deep the 💩 will be at work today.
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Post #668142 1st Dec 2017 5:22am
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Kit



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Nooo he needs a set of these ANRs Razz 1993 200 Tdi 90 CSW
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Post #668353 2nd Dec 2017 12:41am
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L110CDL



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Rolling with laughter i have always liked the bowlers and would of got them if they had been right for Millie but they dont and these do look right for her Whistle Very Happy 1996 Golf Blue 300Tdi 110 Pick up. Keeper.

Cheers
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Sulisuli



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United Kingdom 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Corris Grey

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Post #668797 3rd Dec 2017 10:05pm
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Mr Fox



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(Disclaimer - very non-technical question ahead, possibly a very thick question Wink )

Setting aside construction methods and/or materials, is the benefit of these over something like the HD Wolf Wheels the fact that they are deep dish and therefore the standard OEM five bolts more than adequate to secure them? Or is it that the deep dish allows for the fitment of a wider tyre?

I can see the style difference but I’d like to understand what benefit these have over standard steel wheels.

Post #668806 3rd Dec 2017 11:12pm
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Kit



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I think this is more form over function but from a functional point of view they allow you to run a big tyre and keep a good turning circle without using spacers. The stud thread aspect isn't a big factor that's likely to impact anyone.

I'm going to run 285 75 16 on mine: http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic58001.html

L110CDL wrote:
Rolling with laughter i have always liked the bowlers and would of got them if they had been right for Millie but they dont and these do look right for her Whistle Very Happy


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Post #668807 3rd Dec 2017 11:29pm
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L90Andy



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Mr Fox, the main advantage of this wheel over a standard steel is the ability to safely fit wider tyres.
Standard steel rims are 6" wide and should only be fitted with tyres around 235 section. Wolf steels are 6.5" wide and can take anything upto 255 section. These I believe are 8" wide so a much larger range of tyres can be fitted, as mentioned including 285's.
The other advantage is the offset, which pushes the whole assembly away from the hub therefore will improve turning circle even with the wider tyres fitted. This also prevents the need for spacers.
They do all this while appearing as standard wheels, which has not been possible before now.
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Post #668817 4th Dec 2017 6:43am
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Mr Fox



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Cheers Andy (and Kit), I assumed this was the case but wanted to check.

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Some technical data on the rims. (Slightly edited)


The ANR Classic 8X16 ET0 is made exclusively for Nakatanenga.

Data sheet:
Wheel size: 8X16
ET: 0
Max Load: 1160 kg
circle: 165.1 mm
Center hole: 113 mm
Centering: Bolt centering


Suitable for almost all defenders;

Approved for the following tire sizes:
245/70 R 16
255/65 R 16
255/70 R 16
255/85 R 16
265/70 R 16
265/75 R 16
275/70 R 16
285/75 R 16
295/75 R 16


Must admit I have to stop and think about the effect of ET, offset, backspacing.





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Steve R



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I’ve just been informed (thanks UtilityTruck Thumbs Up ) that a separate thread has now been set up in the Group Buys section, so for those of us that missed it:

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic58001.html

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doncarloz



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Austria 2015 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 DCPU Stornoway Grey

Is there an update regarding the availability of those rims yet?

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GREENI



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Still waitiing whilst TUV certificates are legal and passed :-/ V8 Scumbag

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