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Thanks guys . Rims are 20 inch . Ride is still good coming from the stock 18inch. Im impressed with the DS ride even with bigger rims
 

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The brand of the mags is STUTTGART . I got it from Ebay just remind them that you have LAND ROVER not a RANGE ROVER or else they might send you the wrong center caps
 

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The brand of the mags is STUTTGART . I got it from Ebay just remind them that you have LAND ROVER not a RANGE ROVER or else they might send you the wrong center caps
Did you have to reprogram the car to adjust to the bigger wheels. If so can you do it yourself or do you need to take it into the dealership to get them changed. Loved the look of those rims!!!
 

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No I just did it myself. Honestly Its quite high i wanted to lower it but I didnt want to sacrifice ride quality .
 

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Hi Roland,

I have a Discovery Sport too. I'm looking for a 2-bike carrier similar to yours or Thule EasyFold option - https://www.thule.com/en/ae/bike-rack/towbar-bike-racks/thule-easyfold-932-_-932000

Do you advice which one do you currently have it installed?

Secondly, I need to attached a tow bar? Did you do it thru Land Rover or any local workshops? If outside - did it affect your warranty? Could you suggest on the type you have it installed.

Unfortunately Land Rover parts guys out here seem to be bit clueless on these things.

Much appreciated.

Thanks, Moiz
 

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Why did you go with a custom hitch when you can buy one from Land Rover and have it installed? The reason I ask is i'm considering adding a hitch and already have a Thule rack like yours.
 
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