Perhaps. I'm thinking of a winter specific set up though.Really ... What a hill-billy thing to do to a Rav4 ... would be better suited for a Jeep don't you think?
You have FWD. I wouldn't expect you to understand.Is this a joke?
What did you have to do to get them to fit?
Thanks mate. It was actually a lot of work to get them in the front. But the back was easy, just had some minor adjustments to the guards. The front required some custom modification to The strut, but that was purely for the large tyres. If I went for a 30" I would've got away with it.That's one nice-looking RAV!!
WELL SAID!! Besides, my little Rav holds it's own off road. Sure it doesn't have low range gearing, but I reckon it just adds to the challenge. I live in an outback mining town in the north west of Australia. There's nothing to do up here but four wheel driving and there's loads of cashed up guys, so naturally they spend their cash on their 4x4's. There's dozens of $$$ monster trucks getting around with half wit clowns driving them. I've got loads of stories where the Rav has left some of these guys embarrassed.No one said it was an off road vehicle.....just made mention of using it off road......just like the rav4 in not a race car.....however people on this site race them........
Very nice. Spent the weekend driving my new v6 2007 with whiny transmission around DI point and Rainbow Beach. Biggest issue is clearance. At 15 psi i had no trouble in any of the soft stuff or cuttings/climbs, but it was hard work trying to stay out of the tracks on the more deeply rutted trails. Do you think 30 inches would fit ok? From sight there is about 1inch from the stock tyre to the strut on the front, so up to a 2inch increase in dia should theoretically be ok?
Son, I live in South Texas which is the home of the jacked up truck so I understand more than you will ever know. Come to the beach where I live and count the number of Suburbans four feet off of the ground with ladders to get inside the cabin. What I don't understand is tires that large on a RAV4. I can see it in New Zealand where the majority of the roads are not paved but Maryland? Not knocking your idea just not understanding why it would be of any use there. Snow perhaps? That's something I don't see here at all.You have FWD. I wouldn't expect you to understand