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    I realise this is a very old post but it needs to be updated, As far as I can see according to (vsb 14) 50mm is all you can go and that includes tyres. so a 2" lift with 33's would make it illegel. the roof must not exceed a raise of more than 50mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad66 View Post
    I realise this is a very old post but it needs to be updated, As far as I can see according to (vsb 14) 50mm is all you can go and that includes tyres. so a 2" lift with 33's would make it illegel. the roof must not exceed a raise of more than 50mm.
    Not so.

    Please review the VSI 08 in the link below. Specifically section 13.3 on the bottom of Page 6 and All for page 7.

    https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/~/me...cles.pdf?la=en
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    Quote Originally Posted by mad66 View Post
    I realise this is a very old post but it needs to be updated, As far as I can see according to (vsb 14) 50mm is all you can go and that includes tyres. so a 2" lift with 33's would make it illegel. the roof must not exceed a raise of more than 50mm.
    Nah 75mm in total lift is allowed. This includes a maximum of 50mm for suspension.
    http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forum...lowed-what-not

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    Thanks, guys I stand corrected. And good to know. Now to convince my stubborn mate .lol

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