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MadsV wrote: Nice work! What offset are the SJ wheels compared to the original?
They are 0. Not sure what the original is, but the ones thst came with the car when I bought it was also 0
This looks like Daihatsu Rocky rims, or aftermarket something. Not SJ original at least.
BCD is the same so as long as the ET suits your needs they will be ok anyways
2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 2" Trailmaster, 235/75-15 MT
1987 SJ413 lwb, G16BB, 4" trailmaster, 2xARB, 4.16:1 transfer, 325/60-15 MT -project in pieces..
MadsV wrote: Looks good, what dimensions did you go for?
215/65R16! Biggest I could fit under the arches I think. Hope it won't rub that much under flex
Will be getting some 15" rims for muddies at some point. Want a lift first though.
Norwegian 01 Jimny
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels
Leno wrote: We recently went on a cruise round Norway, visited; Olden, Stavanger, Flam and Bergen. Beautiful place and I should imagine full of offroad spots! Do you get much hassle with it being illegal or can you get away with it?
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Our problem is that even if the land owner says ok, it is generally illegal to go off road. You have to be organized as a club, and you have to apply to the local authorities. It must be hosted as a motorsports event/training, with an inspection crew. They have to make sure all cars are in good technical order. And you also need a coordinator. All of these people must have been through a series of courses to be allowed this function.
My local club has enough people with these courses in order, but our local authorities are really strict. We are going off roading this Saturday. Last time we were allowed was April. But the farmer that owns the woods, he loves that we are there. He is even planning on turning the area into a motorsport park. If he gets that through, we will be able to go more often. But the socialists are probably going to deny him that too
Fines for braking the rules start at about 1000£ , but are usually up in the 2-3k range. You could even loose your license.
Luckily you are allowed to go just off the road if you want to camp, as long as you are not a hindrance or make a negative impact on nature.