Jaguar Wheels Fitment Database

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    To answer #2 I think I used the OEM ones or the Dorman replacements. The lug nuts will work but you may need a thin walled lug socket so you don't scratch and chip away the finish in the location.
     
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    RollinLS Moderator Staff Member

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    I use Dorman lugs with my Sentas. No problems.
     
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    Wheres the best play to buy? You have a link?

    Its Dorman 611-117 correct?
     
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    I bought lugs from USA rim for my sentas..


    I had those tires on my Sebring.. they are very hard and noisey, and still didn't wear well.. I would try something else.. that hard of a tire with so little sidewall is bound to ride horrible.
     
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    Those are the senta replicas correct? Wonder if the factory Jag sentas are any different.
     
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    They should be identical as far as looks go...weight is another story.

    are you getting real ones? :confused:
     
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    As long as the wheels are made to factory specs stock lug nuts should work. I used the stockers on my Tucana wheels.
     
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    No lol, I was just curious as to how much more replicas typically weigh.
     
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    Well my budget is $500 or under for a set of four tires. Any recommendations?
     
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    You get what you pay for. For ~$500 your only option is cheap, crappy tires.

    Things that aren't worth skimping:

    TIRES
    Brakes
    Shoes
    Mattress'
    Pillows

    These affect either safety or health.
     
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    Agreed, the tires I'm running fitted my budget perfectly ($700ish) at the time but looking back I wish I would have spent a little bit more on low profile tires. They're fine but could be better. Dunlop SP Sport Signatures on Sentas.
     
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    I found my Nittos for $619 shipped on Ebay, but I flat out stole them.. They raised the price on them $200 after my auction ended lol..


    $500 is not enough money for 20" tires.. period.

    If it takes you longer to save up to put the wheels on, then so be it, but you will kick yourself for spending 5 bills on **** tires when you could have had good tires for a little more..
     
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    Those Falkens cant be that bad.
     
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    Kumho ECSTA SPT are very good summer tires. They are available in XL load rating. I got a set for $113 ea. They work very well in the Ozarks when its warm. In freezing temps, they tend to go square and may need to be brought to temperature to work well.
     
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    Tracking my Jag wheels on UPS as we speak. They are at the border now,
    CDN Govt. just figuring out how much they gonna butt hurt me on a US purchase.
     
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    Which?
     
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    Not telling.
     
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    Those are going to look great on your LS, BigRig. Was considering them myself when Tru-blu first got them up until not too long ago.

    BUT those aren't Jag wheels :shifty:
     
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    Sure they are, the eBay ad said so!

    LOL, ok, let me at least have "They fit on the Jag".

    ~ You know, that I know, that you knew. Ha!
     
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    $555!!!! Good deal. Think I need to make them the same offer.:rolleyes: I have a spare set of 19" tires. I was thinking of picking up a set for them. Wanting to pant the centers Autumn Red to match the LS thou.
     
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    BigRig, you can call UPS once it crosses the border to ask about the total charges. They have excellent customer service IMO. I figure at least $100 in charges.
     
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    Yeah, what pisses me off about that is they are collecting the sales tax on the purchase.
    however, they collect it at 13% nowadays since the GST & PST amalgamation.
    and you can bet they don't forward nothing to the USA since it's a product purchased from there!
    So the CDN Govt. just sits back and collects taxes on items coming across.
     

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