Well, these tires are Rated for over 300km/h! I'm hoping to find a big enough frozen lake that snowmobilers use to test it out!those are cool man!, never seen such a thing in Australia, and they sound like you ran over a truck load of screws, but they would be fantastic on a bugout vehicle that's operating in the alpine regions over here
just how loud are they at 100kph?
Looks great! I'd like those fender flares. I wish I could do some of that offroading stuff but with Poly bushings in cold weather I swear my stereo will shake itself out of the dashBeen reading up on your threads. Absolutely amazing build. I spend the year split between lower mainland and northern AB, would love to check out your beast in person at some point.
How are the Hakks? I've wanted to get a set for a long time, had Bridgestone Blizzaks and Michelin X-Ices on my cars for the last few years. The studs must make hell of a difference on ice.
Here is mine after a nasty freezing rain/wet snow storm last night. Front driver and passenger doors were frozen shut from the ice, had to crawl to the mid doors to kick them out. Also need to order another 225/70/16 for the spare.
I'm thinking of doing a video where I show the components of the camping system for a YouTube video, It could save you some guesswork on how to build it or dimensions or whatever. stay tuned?That looks very cool!, I need to throw some M/S tires on Bluey and get him up to the snowfields next winter . I always give him a quick kiss or hug for getting me through a good hard run!, Since he just turned over 410,000km today I think I need to get that camper fitout started and source a second set of wheels to put some heavy offroad tires on
That would be really cool to see mate!, I will be doing mine more as a single sleeper, but working around the wheel wells and making the floor will take some figuring out, I usually do metal work not plywoodI'm thinking of doing a video where I show the components of the camping system for a YouTube video, It could save you some guesswork on how to build it or dimensions or whatever. stay tuned?