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Bama_Kiwi

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What size rubber is that? and it looks like 35mm spacers?
275/65R18 (32") and 30mm spacers.

I like the spacers well enough and haven't had any trouble out of them, but I get a lot of grief from my mechanic about them and I have to take them off when I take it in for its warrant of fitness inspection or it will fail. Anything over, I think, 25mm is "illegal" in NZ without an Engineer's recertification, which is very expensive to have done. I should have bought 16" or 17" wheels with the proper offset when I bought my tires but, so it goes. I will do when these are ready for replacement.
 

Cruisn

Adventurer
275/65R18 (32") and 30mm spacers.

I like the spacers well enough and haven't had any trouble out of them, but I get a lot of grief from my mechanic about them and I have to take them off when I take it in for its warrant of fitness inspection or it will fail. Anything over, I think, 25mm is "illegal" in NZ without an Engineer's recertification, which is very expensive to have done. I should have bought 16" or 17" wheels with the proper offset when I bought my tires but, so it goes. I will do when these are ready for replacement.

My rig is from Oz so I understand the legalities. I went with 35mm spacers though. And I also should have followed suit and bought smaller rims but I do like the factory 18's. I am close to needing new rubber hence why I asked the size.
Rig looks mint man.
 

cch2a

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My new 1993 NH Pajero right hand drive. Grey market purchase here in the US. Been mostly restoring things and replacing fluids and belts. Most of my OME lift is here just waiting on springs and tires should go on in a week or two. Debating 32x11.5r15 or 33x10.5r15 as 32s are a bit cheaper. I get compliments everywhere I go which I thought was strange given it's an almost 30 year old truck and I thought I was the only one in the states that thought they were cool. I've learned they gave quite the cult following.
 

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MILLER KK6WWW

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Great looking rig! I was looking for a right hand drive Gen2 years ago but then I got lucky and found a 1994 LS with a manual transmission just 10 miles from my house. I love the Pajero/Montero . Very reliable and Capable.IMG_20210604_073322~2.jpg
 
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