***PRE-ORDER SALE ON NOW***      

  **Expected delivery late January 2022**   

 

The Pilbara (pronounced with two syllables - 'Pilbra') is named after the vast sweltering landscape in Australia's northwest, famous for its iron ore deposits.  Just like its namsake, the Pilbara is a no-nonsense, rugged wheel, designed specifically for 4WDriving adventures. 

 

  • Set of 5 - $1395 (plus freight)  SALE $1295 (plus freight) 
  • Set of 6 - $1670 (plus freight)  SALE $1570 (plus freight) 

 

- Weight: 18kg

- Load Rating: 1000kg

- Offset: ET27 or ET44

- Size: 18" x 8"

 

Pilbara Fitment

This is a pretty important section, so to avoid disappointment of ordering the wrong wheels, please check your car model and year here. If unsure, drop us an email (info@tuffant.com)

 

- Offset ET44: Ideal for Discovery 3  & 4, and some Range Rover Sports

- Offset ET27 : Fits some models of Discovery 5, New Defender, and Range Rover Sports

 

INCLUDED IN THIS PURCHASE

- TuffAnt Steelies

- 22mm Hex Chrome Wheel Nuts

- TuffAnt Wheel Caps (TYRES NOT INCLUDED)

 

IMPORTANT NOTE ON FREIGHT As of the 1st December 2020, the listed prices for freight of TuffAnts will be to commercial addresses only (commercial office or tyre fitters). TNT have opted to implement an additional $175 charge for any shipment of our wheels to residential addresses. TuffAnt has absorbed all price rises and residential charges until now, but we cannot absorb this hike, so all wheel deliveries need to be to commercial premises only (ie Home Offices do not apply).

 

Freight of Steelie and Alloys to metro locations are: Brisbane $65, Sydney $95, ACT $135, Melbourne $135, Adelaide $165, Hobart $175, Perth $195, Darwin $295.

**These prices are for commercial addresses only**

 

If you live outside the listed areas contact us at info@tuffant.com to arrange a quote.

TuffAnt Pilbara

PriceFrom AU$1,295.00
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    1. Wash regularly. Getting dirty is fun, but keep your wheels happy by washing regularly, particularly after a beach run.
    2. Use running water, soap foam, but no chemical cleaners.
    3. Keep it smooth folks, no abrasives here. Use wheel mits or wheel cleaning brushes, just please dont use scourers or other abrasive materials.
    4. Dry off with a chamois or soft cloth.