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Generation 1 Pajero NA - NG Models 1983 - 1991

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Old 02-08-19
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Hi guys first post here
I'm having trouble finding somewhere I can pick up a bullbar for my ng pajero are there any retailers anyone has found that still have any available (preferably a winch bar ) , also if anyone has fit 32" tires on 15 inch rims with stock suspension ? Any clearance issues ?
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32" OD tyres are fairly limited sizes to suit 15" wheels.
You will probably struggle to find any other than 32x11.5x15", which in my opinion after having NAs, NBs, NJs, and now NX is to big for an NG.

In my mind some 235/85r16s would be a good size.

32" OD, not to wide, common. Pretty cheap. Just need some common 166" wheels, which were very common on 90s model Jap utes. Patrol,Triton, Rodeo, Hilux, and their low spec wagon counterparts such as Prado, Jackaroo

Note the Toyota wheels might need the centre hole slightly enlarged to fit over the Pajero hubs.
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Thank you for the information mate finding 16" inch rims won't be much of an issue as there's plenty of 4x4 wreckers in my area, the 31s on it now are a bit low on tread and figured if I could squeeze a slightly bigger tire on then why not , eventually I'd like to do a 1 or 2 inch lift , never planned on any serious 4x4ing but the tracks where I camp are a bit rough and muddy and I don't mind having a bit of a play on the weekend and explore
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235/85R16 tyre's are OK to fit on 16x7 rims.

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