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Land Rover Freelander Wheel Bolt Pattern

Freelander

Year Bolt patterns
2006 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
2005 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
2004 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
2003 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
2002 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
2001 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
2000 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
1999 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)
1998 5 bolts with 14 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 114.3 mm pitch circle diameter. High Positive Offset 40 mm (for front-wheel drive)

It’s a good idea to use Land Rover’s original bolts for Freelander of 1999 year. There is no chance to fasten 2001 Freelander wheel successfully with other strapping. It’s important for Land Rover Freelander owners to know that to fasten rims you need 40 mm.

Remember that for wheel fastening will suit High Positive Offset. For Land Rover vehicles the quality of all parts of Freelander is really important.

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