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Old Thu 16th August 2007, 11:30 AM
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Possibly, just getting a closer look at everything now and I think the 30" tyres may be pushing it too much. Will probably scrub too much at the rear of the front wheel arches. Also most people with Outback struts rekon 29" is about the limit. Unless I get coilovers or some wheel with a massive offset theres not really another way.
Anyways I will be experimenting at a tyre place as soon as I get the car driving and see whats the absolute max size I can fit.

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Old Thu 16th August 2007, 12:33 PM
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sounds like ya got it sused! would be sik to see it with 30's! :P
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i have 30s all round now cooper stts and i only have 3 inch lift with guards cut and i have no scrub can fit fingers in gap on full lock and articulation you need to cut right back and weld new sheet metal guard behind front tyre just to fill door jam space or itll fill with mud
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speaking of fitting rediculously large tyres...
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same truck
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i beleive i got a photo of the exact same trucjk too somewhere:P....oly prob is i parked a landbruiser next to it:P
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Ahh the good old tourist traps. Any more progress Andrew?

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Slow going at the moment....the radius rod support captive nuts on my car are stuffed (one pulled out, one about to pull out, a couple with manky threads).
I've bought plenty of flat bar and box section ready to repair this and build in some majoy bracing for the 6" blocks at the same time.
Just running very short on time.

(I blame the damn side projects!)
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(I blame the damn side projects!)
cough buggy cough

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Hahaha the buggy is cool tho.

But i wanna see this thing up and running soon

i'll have my 4'' lift in a few weeks we can have a lift night
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