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Hi all,

Are anyone have the information for the P.C.D and the offset of the Disco?
Because when i search on the web i find 5*120 or 5*108 and i asked my dealer's and they haven't this information.

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Hi,


Since the Disco Sport is based on the Range Rover Evoque, I'm about 95% sure it is the same wheel specs as the Evoque 5x108. I have been looking at wheels for the new Sport, but nobody claims to know much about them.


Currently I'm looking at Redbourne wheels. They have wheels for the Evoque, but I'm a bit suspect. When I look at the inventory, they only show wheels for the larger Range Rover vehicles and none really listed for the Evoque or Sport except in the wheel configurator.


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Good question. I too think it's 5x108, but I'm not sure.


Regarding tires, Tire Rack indicates that Land Rover is shipping Discovery Sport in the USA with the following tire sizes:


235/55-19


245/45-20
 

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You might want to contact your local LR dealer to find out about the bolt pattern, their guys in the parts department probably have this information already.
 

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Hi, I'm new to this forum but I've been on the UK forum for a bit now since I got my disco in April. just recently swapped wheels to 22" replica 508 range rover sport autobiography ones. had to play around at the wheel shop for fitting. bolt pattern for disco is 5x108 (same as evoque), I would recommend you go with an offset no more than 48. I have 48 on the 22s, guys at the shop had to make minor mod to the covering panel inside the car on the rear so it didn't rub. I think offset of 45 or 40 would've been ideal. anyway, I'm running on 22"x9.5", 5x108, offset +48 tires 265/35/22 right now. the car drives perfectly after installing the wheels and tires. I'm debating if I need to get alignment checked out. I've been given mixed answers. what do you think?
 

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Your sport looks great with the new wheels and tires. I love that pattern on the RR sport and it looks great on the Discovery sport too.


I would not suggest an alignment unless you feel something is wrong. The alignment wouldn't change just for installing different wheels/tires. Now if you felt pulling or had to add additinal clearance in the rear by adding a degree of camber an alignment might be in order. Otherwise it should be fine.


Thank you for sharing your pics and fitment with us. Rob
 

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Hi, I'm new to this forum but I've been on the UK forum for a bit now since I got my disco in April. just recently swapped wheels to 22" replica 508 range rover sport autobiography ones. had to play around at the wheel shop for fitting. bolt pattern for disco is 5x108 (same as evoque), I would recommend you go with an offset no more than 48. I have 48 on the 22s, guys at the shop had to make minor mod to the covering panel inside the car on the rear so it didn't rub. I think offset of 45 or 40 would've been ideal. anyway, I'm running on 22"x9.5", 5x108, offset +48 tires 265/35/22 right now. the car drives perfectly after installing the wheels and tires. I'm debating if I need to get alignment checked out. I've been given mixed answers. what do you think?

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Just looking at your info from above. Seems to me that is a lot of offset for an aftermarket wheel, which brings the wheel/tire close to the inside. Can you get a picture for us that is straight down the side so we can see how far the wheel/tire is tucked in from the outside edge of the fender lip?


A lower offset would push the face of the wheel/tire edge closer to the lip of the fender. A quick, but questionable fix, would be to add a 2-3mm spacer between the wheel and the mounting hub. Not by any means a great fix, but lots of people do it.


As for the purchase of the wheels, did you get them from a local dealer or a set off of Ebay? That is the only place I have seen the replicas listed.


Thanks for all of your help!


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Hi,


Just looking at your info from above. Seems to me that is a lot of offset for an aftermarket wheel, which brings the wheel/tire close to the inside. Can you get a picture for us that is straight down the side so we can see how far the wheel/tire is tucked in from the outside edge of the fender lip?


A lower offset would push the face of the wheel/tire edge closer to the lip of the fender. A quick, but questionable fix, would be to add a 2-3mm spacer between the wheel and the mounting hub. Not by any means a great fix, but lots of people do it.


As for the purchase of the wheels, did you get them from a local dealer or a set off of Ebay? That is the only place I have seen the replicas listed.


Thanks for all of your help!


Rob


Hi Rob,


Thank you for your compliment first off. I don't have a straight shot of the rear of my car. but here's a side rear shot in an angle. as you can see the rear wheel is pretty much flush against the side of the car although the high offset did push it closer to the inside body of car rather than pushing it out. as I stated previously, I would recommend a lower offset, like 40 or 45. these particular replicas do not come in anything but 48 offset. but the guys at wheel shop made them work by a very minor mod (described earlier). they do look right with the disco and I am pleased with them. no rub, so I won't get an alignment. i'll use that $ toward a good detail job to protect paint. :)
 

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Thank you for your responses. The wheel/tire package does look like it very flush with the fender lip. That's the way it should be IMHO. Looks fabulous!


Must be the combo of the wider wheels and tires that push in both directions. If you were ever really bored and could get a shot of what plastic had to modified, I think some of us would like to see it.


My dealer has yet to get one so I can look at it. I had a wonderful new LR4 that I loved dearly. I'm excited about getting another Land Rover product.


Thanks again,


Rob
 
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