You're the one that came into this thread and pompously stated your pseudo-amazement that us SC users were naive enough to think that our truck could go offroad. You're also the only person to continually scoff at any thread that deals with 22" wheels, color coding, aftermarket grills, etc.Jeffrey said:continually bash other forum members with your comments
Diameter would not be a problem - my 285/60 18s are 31.5" and fit the wells with virtually zero rubbing, except a real minor "brush" in the rear wheel well under full compression. But earlier on this same thread jwest suggested the offset width of the 285/50 mounted over a wider 20" alloy rim may be too much, causing rubbing against the strut that sits inside the wheel. That's his experience on his LR3, anyway. I am not convinced and think it would be a close call either way... It would be ideal if someone with 20s could actually test drive such a plus size before giving up on it...Drevs said:Umberto - I saw on the UK forum where you suggested the 285/50-20 Cooper. Will that rub/hit during full articulation?
Factory Conti diameter is 28.7, my 285/35-22's are 29.9 diameter... but those 285 Coopers are are 31.2! Think it'll work?
Wonder how I missed that - thanks for posting. We'll have to see if that guy will post the details of his setup/mods.djsaad1 said:
Yeah, last time I checked, and that was well over a year ago, the cost of a set of 5 MTRs (delivered) was closer to 2Ks, by the time you figured exchange rate and ridiculous shipping fees. Plus, they weren't even available in Europe for a long while! I imagine the fact that the US$ is worth less than toilet paper versus most foreign currencies these days is not going to make things any better...Jimballz said:JWest- Where are you finding "19 MTR for $800-$1000 ??