Sure. Why not? That's a great size for Rovers. I have them on my 96 Disco and have been able to go everywhere I've wanted to off road. They are basically the diameter of those on the Camel Trophy Rovers. They go a lot better than 32+ tall tires with stock gearing. If your shocks still have a little life left, you don't need any right now. I'm running my stock springs with some spring isolators to give a little lift and they work perfectly off road. More flexy than a spring lift, and a nicer ride. Rovers really don't need a hell of a lot of upgrades to go well off road other than some decent tires.
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