So my stock 215/70R16 Toyo Open country tires rub on hard turns on my 96 Rav4. Car has seen some off road and to be honest the previous owner may have had it airborne. So....I'm assuming the front strut isolators and springs may have sagged. I can put 5 fingers in the front springs and the rubber looks reasonable and not pushing too far up in the engine bay. Top cap is pretty much flush with top of metal outer.
I measured the tires and they are 28" across, slightly larger than the calculated with of 27.83" of a stock tire but well within reason. I measured the fronts today in our slightly slanted parking lot from the ground to the highest portion in the fender well which is pretty much dead center on the wheel and got 30 15/16" and 30 6/8" for an average of 30 5/8" or 77.8cm. Does this seem reasonable for a stock suspension?
As a note I measured the rear which sits quite a bit higher at 32 1/8" and 32 1/2" (passenger side was lower here as well) at the rear of the fender arc just in front of the plastic cladding.