Just curious, does that tire fit in the spare location? (I assume no)Perfect time for an update. I'll recommend a 265/75/16 with minor trimming for our 3" lift. The 1st test set of CV shafts are being made right now and we have an order in for 10 vans. As soon as we test fit these shafts we'll be able to finalize pricing and start taking orders.
I work on sprinters, 6 figure build outs, but i have a AWD transit on order for myself to build. i think once the after market catchs up they will be just as viable if not more so. sprinters and modern diesel def systems are not all they are cracked up to beI was originally sold on the idea that this would be a viable competitor to the 4x4 Sprinter. After going and looking at one today, it seems this is not the case. The clearance is horrendous. The shock mounts are insanely low, not crazy pro master rear axle low, but for an AWD it's bad. And the TINY factory wheels and tires that look borrowed from a Focus, made me reconsider. If I drop thousands to get me to where a sprinter is from the factory, is it a worthy option for a rugged van? Seems no is the answer for me.
My last van was an NV 3500 with Advance 4x4 conversion and Icon Coilovers and Custom rear leaf packs on 33s. Was hoping for that level of customization but that doesn't seem to be the case. Even with the 2 inch Quigley lift your only fitting 30.5 inch tires. Doesn't seem worth the 14k price tag. Has anyone with the Quigley package had luck fitting a larger tire? What is Ujoint hoping for tire wise?