sunraysias in bris

so am i right in that all 33" and above are technically illegal?
its confusing as you see so many 4x4s around with big tyres...how do they get away with it if it not roadworthy?
to keep my insurance legit i would have to keep the 265 75 16 ? i was thinking of going to 285 75 16 but if it could cause any issue with insurance in the case of an accident then there is no point having it in the first place...
 

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so am i right in that all 33" and above are technically illegal?
its confusing as you see so many 4x4s around with big tyres...how do they get away with it if it not roadworthy?
to keep my insurance legit i would have to keep the 265 75 16 ? i was thinking of going to 285 75 16 but if it could cause any issue with insurance in the case of an accident then there is no point having it in the first place...

You can go original size + 15mm in Qld although alot of people do run 33" ;);)

Have a look at the post from Grit http://www.4x4earth.com.au/forum/wheels-tyres/731-tyres.html it give a great explanation on working out tyre sizes.
 
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