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    Default 22" rims on a My2010- Biggest Tire I can fit?

    I was wondering whats the biggest tire I can fit on 22inch rims on my2010 RRS??

    I fish bass tournaments all season long and tow a boat so my biggest concern is fitting a 22inch spare under the truck and having the least worry about a cracked rim or flat tire.

    I have the stock 19inch rims now on there, but is there anyway to get the same width of a tire on a 22 inch rim or not a chance?? I ran the Zeon LTZ's on my last landrover I just traded in, would those make a significant difference compared to other tires??
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    I know on the full-size rovers...with an aggressive enough offset...you can fit 305/40R22's (Cooper Zeon LTZ's or Nitto Terra Grapplers). You might be able to squeeze those on the Sport as well...might be pushing it though. I would stick with 285/40R22's for the sport...unfortunately there are no all-terrain tires in that size. Or if you are brave enough try the 305/40R22's!!!

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    Im running a 275/45/22 on my 2012 sport and it fits reals nice. No rub even at full lock of the steering wheel.

    Of course mine is mostly street driven, IDK aabout yourself.
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    I have 22's on my RRS and wondering if there is any chance the 305's will fit. Amy update on this?
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    We have fit the 305/40/22 Cooper LTZ's on the full size, I doubt they will fit on the RRS though. It depends alot on the offset of the wheels as well, but it will definitely be tough to make it fit with no drama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vik @ RDB LA View Post
    We have fit the 305/40/22 Cooper LTZ's on the full size, I doubt they will fit on the RRS though. It depends alot on the offset of the wheels as well, but it will definitely be tough to make it fit with no drama.
    What about the Nitto terra, 285/45?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTLaser View Post
    What about the Nitto terra, 285/45?
    That is most likely more doable but still tough to say. On all the Rovers the clearance between the suspension and the tire gets close.
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    The issue is always the rear passenger wheel well always rubs bc of the extra plastic molding in the well to protect the gas lines or tank. I dunno but it sux. One of theses days im going to combust in flames while making a hard left hand turn I just know it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTLaser View Post
    What about the Nitto terra, 285/45?
    No way in hell will a 285/45R22 nitto terra fit.....that is pushing over 32" in overall diameter. The only way you could fit a 285/45R22 is with 2.5" Johnson rods to lift the suspension. Here is the site...LR3 Lift Kit - Johnson Rods - Range Rover Sport Lift Kit

    But I don't know if that is something you are willing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcanzio View Post
    No way in hell will a 285/45R22 nitto terra fit.....that is pushing over 32" in overall diameter. The only way you could fit a 285/45R22 is with 2.5" Johnson rods to lift the suspension. Here is the site...LR3 Lift Kit - Johnson Rods - Range Rover Sport Lift Kit

    But I don't know if that is something you are willing to do.

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    I run over 32" in diameter. But thats on a full size
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