Got (or want) bigger tyres? Come in here

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Got (or want) bigger tyres? Come in here

Unread post by Nemesis » June 4th, 2011, 12:25 pm

Okay guys, we need your collective experience for some research on Rodeo's.

What we need to know is whether you have 33" tyres, or managed to squeeze 35" tyres under your Holduzu, any model.

If so, how much lift required to do the job? Spring lift? Body lift?

Unfortunately, knowing your brothers mates cousins second best mate apparently did x" for x tyres won't cut it. We need facts if possible, what lift fits what tyres, guaranteed.

Your proven advice will go a long way to helping a lot of people!

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Unread post by Clint N » June 4th, 2011, 10:22 pm

been coverd here a few times, best option is std rims, 2inch leaf lift, wind the torsion bars up 2-2.5inches 2inch body lift, some minor gaurd triming and remove front mudflaps, will get 33's mtz's in A RA, does scrub the rear inner gaurd on full articulation also

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Unread post by Ducky103 » June 5th, 2011, 8:05 am

If you fit 33" tyres on a RA rodeo fit V6 auto diffs to bring gearing back to standard.

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Unread post by Matto08 » June 5th, 2011, 8:53 am

removal of ifs suspension

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Unread post by lux4mud » June 5th, 2011, 9:03 am

funny how theres always the 'get rid of IFS' comment in all topics on here about fitting bigger tyres on IFS vehicles.

but yeh 2in suspension and 2in body with guard trim will get 33s.

ya can get a 35 on them but ya wont have any travel or turning.
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Unread post by Clint N » June 5th, 2011, 7:38 pm

Matto08 wrote:removal of ifs suspension

why, had no drama's..

Unless your gona say broken c.v's... which is normally caused by ******* drivers not bigger tyres

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Unread post by DAN54B » June 6th, 2011, 6:43 pm

i went 2" body lift 2.5" sus lift(cranked t bars, ball joint flip and 1/4'' bj spacers. running 285 75 16 cooper stt on -23 offset alloys from a gu patrol.
no problems or scrubbing anywhere. i havent cut my guards either. i have pics in the 'show us your rodeo' section.
thats how its running now but im doing a sas to it soon with a hilux diff coz the ifs is too painful..... i hate it :mad:

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Unread post by nickxb » June 7th, 2011, 12:42 pm

2 inch lift and 32's (265/75/16) on a RA dual cab tray back

I get minor scrubbing on the rear of the front guards on certian angles under flex.

Nick

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Unread post by dkbikes » June 7th, 2011, 10:17 pm

ducky103
If you fit 33" tyres on a RA rodeo fit V6 auto diffs to bring gearing back to standard.


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Unread post by 10MRC » June 7th, 2011, 11:39 pm

i got 35s but have fitted 40s for shits and giggles...

i have gu diffs front and rear though :)

the best your going to get is 2 inch sus and 2 inch body with 32s

or 4-5inch susp and 1 inch body for 33s

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Unread post by 05courierv6 » June 9th, 2011, 8:56 pm

I have recently bought a 99 TF rodeo with the 2.8td and this week have fitted 235/85r16 on a 16x7 rim witch is 32 3/4" tyres without any lift and no tyre rub at any angle and at full flex :waycool:

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Unread post by lux4mud » June 9th, 2011, 10:21 pm

can u get 4in lift kits for 98 rodeos? missis has a one n want to lift it bit more than the 2in tht it has, and she due for tyres soon aswell.
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Unread post by pezza08 » June 10th, 2011, 4:44 pm

05courierv6 wrote:I have recently bought a 99 TF rodeo with the 2.8td and this week have fitted 235/85r16 on a 16x7 rim witch is 32 3/4" tyres without any lift and no tyre rub at any angle and at full flex :waycool:
hey,

impressive, what kind of offset you running on the rims?

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Unread post by bonzaman » June 10th, 2011, 5:11 pm

05courierv6 wrote:I have recently bought a 99 TF rodeo with the 2.8td and this week have fitted 235/85r16 on a 16x7 rim witch is 32 3/4" tyres without any lift and no tyre rub at any angle and at full flex :waycool:
i think your tyres are actually 31.7 inches

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Unread post by Mitcon » June 10th, 2011, 6:07 pm

Yep 235/85 R16 has a OD of 808mm which equals tad under 32"
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