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Well it looks like I am going to change out the wheels and tires on my F-Pace. I have read through lots of posts here and tried to follow the maze that is replacing tires and wheels. I also don't want to spend a TON on this this will be the first time that I actually have a set of winter and summer tires. In the recommendation of a friend, I decided to check out ebay. Can one of our tire experts take a look and see if this one will fit our F-Pace S? My plan is to use Pirelli Scorpion Summers then get a good winter tire to put on my existing 20" rims.

4pcs 22" Versante Wheels VE228 Matte Black Rims and Tires PKG | eBay

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Keep one thing in mind..whatever tire or liquorish whip you put on those rims..the over all diameter of the tire/rim should match the stock tire/rim dimensions, elsewise the speedo will be off.
 

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use 265/40/22 that is what tirerack recommends
 

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I spoke with the guys and they said these will fit and with Perelli Scorpion Summers it will be about 2K plus shipping.

What did you guys do for the TPMS, get it from the dealer?
 

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I went to the wheel configurator on the web site and it state it fits, so the wheels will fit, the configurator is something that is universal and not set up by the seller only.

As for tire size just stick to the same 22 inch tire as specified by Jaguar on the F Pace web site.

I purchased my set of TPMS for my winter wheels/tires from an Ebay seller. They were OEM Land Rover part numbers that the seller assured me would fit an f Pace. They were purchased from a seller in Great Britain. I can't recall specifically but I believe about 1/2 the cost of the dealer or less.

As for winter tires, keep in my mind where you drive. If you drive in snow country you need a tire that performs well in snow and not so much ice and slush. Probably a tire with a more pronounced tread pattern.

I live in Toronto and rarely see snow and want a winter tire for occasional light snow, ice and slush. I wanted a tire that performs in these conditions and is quiet. I have Pirelli Snow and Ice 20 inch, looks almost like an all season but in my first winter with them performed well when we had the very occasional snow fall.

The point is not every winter tire is suitable for every winter condition.

Also consider speed rating, original 20 inch are W most high speed winter tires are V which is more than adequate. Also original 20 inch is XL rated i.e. extra load, I would definitely stick to an XL tire for safety reasons.

Lastly consider price, Hankook, Nexen and Kumho, all South Korean Tires and well priced and good quality, OEM on some South Korean makes. I am not sure if any of these brands have winter tires that would work but you should check them out. I have the Pirellis because I got them as take offs with no tread wear and saved a bundle. If I was purchasing brand new I think I fouind a Hankook winter tire that was suitable and well priced.
 

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i'm running continental dws 265/40/22 all seasons
 

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I went to the wheel configurator on the web site and it state it fits, so the wheels will fit, the configurator is something that is universal and not set up by the seller only.

As for tire size just stick to the same 22 inch tire as specified by Jaguar on the F Pace web site.

I purchased my set of TPMS for my winter wheels/tires from an Ebay seller. They were OEM Land Rover part numbers that the seller assured me would fit an f Pace. They were purchased from a seller in Great Britain. I can't recall specifically but I believe about 1/2 the cost of the dealer or less.

As for winter tires, keep in my mind where you drive. If you drive in snow country you need a tire that performs well in snow and not so much ice and slush. Probably a tire with a more pronounced tread pattern.

I live in Toronto and rarely see snow and want a winter tire for occasional light snow, ice and slush. I wanted a tire that performs in these conditions and is quiet. I have Pirelli Snow and Ice 20 inch, looks almost like an all season but in my first winter with them performed well when we had the very occasional snow fall.

The point is not every winter tire is suitable for every winter condition.

Also consider speed rating, original 20 inch are W most high speed winter tires are V which is more than adequate. Also original 20 inch is XL rated i.e. extra load, I would definitely stick to an XL tire for safety reasons.

Lastly consider price, Hankook, Nexen and Kumho, all South Korean Tires and well priced and good quality, OEM on some South Korean makes. I am not sure if any of these brands have winter tires that would work but you should check them out. I have the Pirellis because I got them as take offs with no tread wear and saved a bundle. If I was purchasing brand new I think I fouind a Hankook winter tire that was suitable and well priced.
Thanks for the great info. I am in Denver so I need to get a snow tire for the winter. I am still trying to decide if I get new wheels/tires for summer or just use the 20" AS that came on the car and swap the rubber for a 20" winter next fall.
 

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Can I switch to a summer tire question. 2017 FPace R Sport, came with 255/50 R20. Very skimpy tire for this vehicle's stance. I need to replace tires in spring. I see that on the new FPace SVR they are using 265/45 ZR21 tires in front and 295/40 ZR21 in the rear. Thus the diameter of the rear tire is 2.5mm less than the front tire (roughly -.3% difference). Has there been any substantial change in the SVR transmission and AWD unit that would preclude my doing basically the same thing on my R Sport by using the same basic concept but on 20” rims. In other words put 265/45 R20 on the front and 295/40 R20 on the rear? The ratios remain exactly the same as those above being used on the SRV. Only difference is, with the 20” wheels, I will be 1” closer to ground than the setup they have on the SRV with the 21” wheels, closer to the ground is better. I could also try to be more conservative and find a 265/285 combination that would yield the same basic % difference or less.
 

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Dario10,

No you can't do that like your suggested because your wheel is only 20" you need a tire with a higher sidewall to fit you 20" rims and still be the height of those sizes on a 21 inch SVR Rim. The normal height of F-Pace tire and rim setups is between 30" and 30.5", so you need the height of the tire you replace to be in that range. A 265/45 20 inch tire is only 29.5 inches tall, and a 295/40 20 tire is just over 29 inches tall. If you went with a 265/50 20 tire it would be 30.5 inches tall which is close to the proper height, but it would be close to hitting the top inside spindle due to your rim being much closer to the spindle due to it's ET45 offset rather than the rims I'm running now on my 2019 SVR which are 22x10.5 ET35s. On the back, the 295/45 20 inch tire would also be the proper height at 30.5, but it's too big for your 8.5 inch wide rim as most tires that width should be mounted on a 9.5 to 11 inch rim. I think the beefiest setup you could go with using your existing rims would be that 265/50 20 tire on all 4 corners but you'd have to test fit it on the front to make sure it would clear the inside top spindle.

If you really want a beefier setup like the SVR you'd need to go with bigger rims, either in the 20, 21 or 22 inch diameter with proper offsets and then you could mount the SVR size tires on them in the proper side wall size to fit appropriately.
 

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I bought OEM Land Rover part # TPMS from TireRack for my winter setup and have been to 3 different tire places (one of them being a euro vehicle specialist) trying to get them to talk to the vehicle with no success. TR assures me they’re the right part and even confirmed with my VIN. After many emails with customer service, they’re giving me a refund for the sensors once I send them back, and if they test faulty then they’ll reimburse me $25/wheel for install costs. I’d debating on whether to go with dealership TPMS ($$$) or see if a local retailer has compatible third party TPMS they can try.
 

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Dario10,

No you can't do that like your suggested because your wheel is only 20" you need a tire with a higher sidewall to fit you 20" rims and still be the height of those sizes on a 21 inch SVR Rim. The normal height of F-Pace tire and rim setups is between 30" and 30.5", so you need the height of the tire you replace to be in that range. A 265/45 20 inch tire is only 29.5 inches tall, and a 295/40 20 tire is just over 29 inches tall. If you went with a 265/50 20 tire it would be 30.5 inches tall which is close to the proper height, but it would be close to hitting the top inside spindle due to your rim being much closer to the spindle due to it's ET45 offset rather than the rims I'm running now on my 2019 SVR which are 22x10.5 ET35s. On the back, the 295/45 20 inch tire would also be the proper height at 30.5, but it's too big for your 8.5 inch wide rim as most tires that width should be mounted on a 9.5 to 11 inch rim. I think the beefiest setup you could go with using your existing rims would be that 265/50 20 tire on all 4 corners but you'd have to test fit it on the front to make sure it would clear the inside top spindle.

If you really want a beefier setup like the SVR you'd need to go with bigger rims, either in the 20, 21 or 22 inch diameter with proper offsets and then you could mount the SVR size tires on them in the proper side wall size to fit appropriately.

Thanks much - looks like new rims for spring along with the new tires!
 
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