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OEM, reference.

Jaguar I-Pace 2019 EV
– Generation: 2018 .. 2020 [EUDM]
– Power: 394 hp | 294 kW | 400 PS
– Engine: Electric
– Options: S, SE, HSE
– Center Bore: 63.4 mm
– Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
– Torque: 115 - 135 Nm (85-100 ftlb, use anti-seize, retorque after 50 miles)
– Thread Size: M14 x 1.5
– Trim Production: [2018 .. 2019]

Tire Wheel Pattern Center Bore 63.4mm (2.5") BCD 108mm = (4.25")
235/65R18 106V 7.5Jx18 ET45 5x108
245/50R20 105V 8Jx20 ET52 5x108
255/40R22 103V 8.5Jx22 ET50.5 5x108
 

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Hey McRat you didn't think someone would resurrect this useful post, did ya? ;)

I know my way around tires but not wheels so much. I'm thinking about getting 20" aftermarket wheels for driving around town and having the 18" for dirt adventures. What of the above info would be sufficient to find options?

Also, if someone remembers the web site for the JLR wheels .. I couldn't find it by search. Couple of months ago someone posted a link to a site that had all the I-Pace wheels at fairly good prices.
 

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The lower the offset, the more the wheels poke out.
255/40R22 8.5x22 ET50.5 for standard 22s...
So on 8.5" wheels, +40 wouldn't be a problem. +30 would probably be a problem.
Then 255/60-18 tires or similar, getting many choices of tires.
 

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Ugh, I could use some advice here. Each oem 20" wheel on jaguarparts . com is 800 bucks. You can get four wheels for that price at places like America's tire or god forbid Amazon. If I go aftermarket (i.e., the less expensive options), what should I look out for? (Other than the obvious: making sure the wheel fits.) I want black. Is Painted ok for example? Thanks in advance!
 

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If possible, I prefer to buy wheels with some sort of certification like TUV. At least it means the manufacturer put some effort into ensuring their wheels are suitable.
 

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19 I-pace HSE Polaris/Fuji white with most options and a lot of accessories
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The I-Pace is a heavy vehicle, some after market wheels may not be rated for SUV vehicle loads. They may fail on damaged roads & potholes.

Info from Google......
Do alloy wheels have a load rating?

Most, but not all alloys have the weight rating stamped on the inside of the wheel either on one of the spokes or edge of the inside rim. If they don't have the weighting on them we recommend you contact the wheel manufacturer to obtain the load rating, ideally in the form of written documentation.

Wheel load rating requirements are determined by dividing the vehicles heaviest gross axle weight rating by 2. The axle weight rating for most vehicles is shown on the identification label located on the driver's side door jamb, gas tank door, truck lid or glove compartment.
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Bump. Looking for a set of wheels for winter tires. Any help on recommendation welcome. Don’t want to buy expensive stock if I done have to.
 

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Just a word of caution to not trust sites that ask for the model/make/year and recommend sizes. I did that, brought new Costco rims for a new set of Winters (I wanted to go does 20"to 18" because the roads here are a steady stream of potholes all winter). When they tried to install it, the wheels did not fit (they hit the calliper). Had to quickly agree to new 20" winters on the original rims (and returned the Costco rims). There are a couple of threads about this here. Make sure you get all the parameters (I had no idea what ll the number/letters meant) right and please let us know if you find something (I could not find anything 18" that fit that were not stock Jag).
 

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Hi, welcome. I researched various suppliers and settled on America's Tire, which has a good web site and shows you the wheels that fit your kitty cat. You can search by car and all wheels that fit it will show up in the search results. Then you can click on specs and see the weight of the wheels etc. I would recommend 18" for winter tires; they will help you extend range also during the cold months.
 

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Just saw rcomeau's post ... I did check out all the specs etc and found AT's results to be correct (and I'm super happy with my new wheels).
 

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What did you end up getting? What did it set you back? Thanks
I sent back <https://www.costco.ca/C-Wheels-Aries-18-in-Alloy-Wheel---CW081508.product.387560.html>. The service rep said they did not fit because the brake callipers hit the rims. Not sure if the HSE has different callipers or if this applies to all models.

Since the car was on the jacks (and i waste busy at work to try again for 18"), I went with the Pirelli winters the dealer offered on the original rims (so they swapped the tires). I may try again at the next tire swap, but this will be good for a few years.
 
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