The Pilbara (pronounced with two syllables - 'Pilbra') is named after the vast sweltering landscape in Australia's northwest, famous for its iron ore deposits. Just like its namsake, the Pilbara is a no-nonsense, rugged wheel, designed specifically for 4WDriving adventures.. Whether you have a LR3, LR4, or D5*, we have you covered with two offsets to choose from (*special fitment note for the D5 below).
Offset ET44 is perfect for LR3 and LR4.
Offset ET27 has a wider stance and great caliper clearance making it a great fit for more vehicles including the LR3, LR4, L320 and even some Discovery 5, RRS, RR, and Defender vehicles, (be sure to contact us with your brake package first before ordering)
- Weight: 41.5lbs ship weight 45lbs
- Load Rating: 2205lbs
- Offset: ET27 or ET44
- Size: 18" x 8"
Color choices include:
- Black Satin (Powder Coated)
This is a pretty important section, so to avoid disappointment of ordering the wrong wheels, please check your car model and year.
- Offset ET44 will fit the LR3 and LR4,
- Offset ET27 Steelie will fit the LR3, LR4, L320, D5* (diesel engine only), RRS L494* (diesel engine only), RR L405* (diesel engine only), Defender(P300 only)
*If you have the SCV6, don't worry, we have you covered with the TuffAnt Alloys which are available now. They look great, perform great, and importantly, fit your car! Unfortunately none of the late model Supercharged V8s will fit 18" wheels and for Defender P400 fitment brake modifications are necessary
INCLUDED IN THIS PURCHASE
- TuffAnt Steelies set of 5 or 6
- 22mm Hex Chrome Wheel Nuts
- TuffAnt Wheel Caps
TuffAnt Pilbara Set of 5 or 6
- Wash regularly. Getting dirty is fun, but keep your wheels happy by washing regularly, particularly after a beach run.
- Use running water, soap foam, but no chemical cleaners.
- Keep it smooth folks, no abrasives here. Use wheel mits or wheel cleaning brushes, just please dont use scourers or other abrasive materials.
- Dry off with a chamois or soft cloth.
Want to store your wheels and keep them in perfect condition for your next trip or next winter? Easy, just be sure to keep inside protected from the elements. Remember these are steel, so left outside they can begin to get surface rust.