Which size Land Rover wheel nuts do I need?

This post will help you find the right Land Rover wheel nuts size. Land Rover wheel nuts are the parts that hold the wheels to the vehicle’s hubs. They have different sizes and threads based on the model and year of your Land Rover.

How to find your Land Rover wheel nuts size?

You can check your owner’s manual or the Land Rover website to find out your Land Rover wheel nut size. You can also measure your wheel nuts’ diameter and thread with a lug nut socket or a ruler.

The common size of Land Rover wheel nuts is M14 x 1.5. You can also look at the table below for different models’ common Land Rover wheel nut sizes. But this table is not always right for all vehicles. You should check the size before you buy or put on new wheel nuts.

Model Year Center Bore Size Thread Diameter
LR2 2008-2015 63.4 mm M14 x 1.5
LR3 2005-2009 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5
LR4 2010-2016 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5
Range Rover 1995-2021 70.1 – 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5
Range Rover Evoque 2012-2021 63.4 mm M14 x 1.5
Range Rover Sport 2006-2021 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5
Range Rover Velar 2018-2021 63.4 mm M14 x 1.5
Discovery 1994-2021 70.1 – 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5
Discovery Sport 2015-2021 63.4 mm M14 x 1.5
Defender 1990-2020 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5
New Range Rover 2022-present 72.6 mm M14 x 1.5

 

 Why is Land Rover wheel nuts size important?

The size of your Land Rover wheel nut is important for several reasons:

  • It affects the fitment and security of your wheels.
  • It determines the type and size of lug nut socket or wrench you need to remove or tighten your wheel nuts.
  • It influences the torque specifications and tightening sequence of your wheel nuts.
  • It may affect the compatibility of aftermarket wheels, spacers, or adapters.

How to install your Land Rover wheel nuts

If you need to change your Land Rover wheel nuts, you should follow these steps:

  • Park your vehicle on a level surface and apply the parking brake.
  • Loosen the wheel nuts slightly with a lug nut socket or wrench while the wheels are on the ground.
  • Lift the vehicle with a jack and support it with jack stands.
  • Remove the wheel nuts completely and take off the wheel.
  • Clean the hub and the wheel mounting surface with a wire brush or a rag.
  • Install the new wheel nuts by hand and tighten them in a star pattern until snug.
  • Lower the vehicle and remove the jack stands.
  • Torque the wheel nuts to the recommended specification using a torque wrench and following the same star pattern.
  • Check the wheel nuts after driving for a few miles and retorque if necessary.

Which type of Land Rover wheel nuts do I need?

If you want to use new Land Rover wheel nuts for everyday driving and enhance your wheels’ appearance, aluminum alloy wheel nuts are a good choice. Aluminum wheel nuts are light with remarkable strength. Lowering unsprung weight is a significant benefit for reducing gas consumption. Due to the characteristics of aluminum alloys, these Land Rover wheel nuts are shielded by their own natural oxide layer, which makes them extremely resistant to corrosion.

BONOSS aluminum Land Rover wheel nuts can be colored in various shades, such as red, black, blue, grey, etc. Usually, color matching will greatly improve your design’s visual appeal. Using aluminum lug nuts of the right colors would make your wheels look stunning and stylish. You can buy new BONOSS aluminum Land Rover wheel nuts to upgrade your SUV’s performance.