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rgeezzy



Member Since: 09 Jul 2021
Location: 44147
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Spacers
Defender 110X with 22" rims/tires

Bought and installed spacers, staggered setup of:
Fronts > H&R DRM 20mm spacers - black
Rears > H&R DRM 25mm spacers - black

https://shop.redline360.com/products/h-r-w...-45mm-50mm

Looks perfect - No rub

I wouldn't go any larger unless you're looking for an aggressive off-road look where the tires are hanging out of the well. I saw another post with 30mm all the way around, IMO too large - especially up front. IMO @ 30mm you're gonna get a ton of road debris kicked-up all over your lower gloss side panels, they chip easily.

will post pics later
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rgeezzy



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Post #952373 12th May 2022 2:43pm
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The_Liiicht



Member Since: 07 Sep 2022
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I have ordered a set of 20mm spacers for the front hubs and 25mm for the rear (Eibach make) but I’m now wondering if they will allow me to mount my standard steelies without modification.
Won’t the hub studs protrude through the spacers too far? Especially on the 20mm Rolling Eyes Pangy 90 HSE 250 with off-roady bits 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 ⛰
Post #964371 8th Sep 2022 6:25am
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Defendit..



Member Since: 09 Aug 2020
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The studs are 27/28 mm, so with the steelies you need to shave 5 to 6mm of the studs.

I did it over a year ago with my spacers/steelies 22mm front, 25mm rear , no problem at all covered already over 10K km No Mud flaps for my 90.!
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Post #964373 8th Sep 2022 6:37am
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The_Liiicht



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Ah thanks for the clarification. I guess that's why a lot just run a 30mm. Pangy 90 HSE 250 with off-roady bits 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 ⛰
Post #964378 8th Sep 2022 7:10am
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PaulSL



Member Since: 19 Apr 2022
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Where did you buy the spacers from (UK)? I'm struggling to find high quality ones in anything other than 30mm
Post #981112 3rd Feb 2023 1:32pm
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PaulSL



Member Since: 19 Apr 2022
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Re: Spacers
rgeezzy wrote:
Defender 110X with 22" rims/tires

Bought and installed spacers, staggered setup of:
Fronts > H&R DRM 20mm spacers - black
Rears > H&R DRM 25mm spacers - black

https://shop.redline360.com/products/h-r-w...-45mm-50mm

Looks perfect - No rub

I wouldn't go any larger unless you're looking for an aggressive off-road look where the tires are hanging out of the well. I saw another post with 30mm all the way around, IMO too large - especially up front. IMO @ 30mm you're gonna get a ton of road debris kicked-up all over your lower gloss side panels, they chip easily.

will post pics later


The offset on your wheels looks larger than the standard LR 22s. I'm reading of most fitting 30mm rear and 25mm front on the LR 22s without rubbing or them sticking out.

I'm struggling to find 25mm in black in the UK (High quality).
Post #981115 3rd Feb 2023 1:42pm
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prolinx



Member Since: 10 Aug 2021
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Hi Paul,

Eibach does 20mm and 25mm spacers

I have some black EIbach spacers on my 110 Hardtop 20mm on the front, 25 mm on the rear.
We are Eibach agents and can get you some if you can't find them.
Post #984162 2nd Mar 2023 10:29am
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PaulSL



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Thanks. I will be in touch later in the Month when my car arrives.
Post #984165 2nd Mar 2023 10:43am
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AndrewS



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United Kingdom 2013 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 SW Rimini Red
I have a set of tuv hubsentric spacers coming up for sale, I'll dig out the spec. 130's have feeling's as well you know Smile
Post #984246 3rd Mar 2023 1:02am
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PaulSL



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Let me know 👍
Post #984257 3rd Mar 2023 8:34am
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LR Nuts



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rgeezzy wrote:


Di the spare get a spacer also Rolling with laughter


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Post #984259 3rd Mar 2023 9:00am
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Skippy76



Member Since: 05 Apr 2021
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United Kingdom 2014 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Corris Grey
Hey all

I’m running 30mm spacers all round on stock LR alloys, back are perfect, front just touch/rub on full lock in standard height mode. Fine in off road height.

Will be grabbing a pair of 25mm for the front.

Pics in my gallery.



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Post #992279 11th May 2023 5:53pm
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Intercooler



Member Since: 04 Jan 2022
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I also drive on standard rims with standard tires 255/60 R20 wheel spacers
Front: 20mm
Rear : 25mm
Without extended wheel arches.

Fit perfectly no grinding or rubbing.
See also pictures. The one splitted picture is before (left) after (right).


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BR Cool To finish first, you first have to finish!
Post #993653 22nd May 2023 3:48pm
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starbai



Member Since: 20 Jun 2023
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Hopefully this helps out some fellow 130 owners. I couldn't find much to go on when I started my search.

The problem with below 25mm spacers is that the vehicle's studs stick out past the adapter/spacer and will hit the back of the wheel if there is not enough space/pockets between the holes. The depth of that space appears to be different between the OEM 18, 20, 22" options.

I can confirm that the 22" Wheel certainly has enough depth in pockets for a 20mm spacer. I would not push for anything below that for a number of reasons.

I originally went with a 25mm spacer up front and 30mm in the rear. I found that the front stuck out too much for my liking and rubbed EVER SO SLIGHTLY on full lock on access mode. So I decided to go down to 20mm in the front. Problem solved. Enough space in the 22" wheel for the vehicle's protruding stud, and now has the wheel/tire perfectly flushed.

The 30mm in the rear is absolutely perfect. I thought about trying the 25mm in the rear just to see how it'd look but frankly, no point. the 30mm is perfect IMO. I only mention this because I feel like the rear of the 130 is some how slightly different than the 110. Either due to body shape, or suspension components. Either way, while 25mm appears perfect on 110s, I do believe again that 30mm is right for the 130s.

You be the judge. Here are a few pics. Again 20mm up front 30mm rear. Spacers are Bonoss brand which I gave a shot due to a recommendation I saw on one of these forums and I can confirm are top notch, in line with H/R, Ichiba, and Eibach spacers I've owned in the past for other vehicles.


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