My brother just picked up a nice 4th Gen. I'll def be steering him this direction for inspiration.
Actually, a couple of years ago ICBC relaxed their requirements for winter tires in the passes, allowing "M+S" designated tires, as well. Stupid, in my mind, but that's ICKY BICKY for you.I must be more ricer at heart than italian. LOL I appreciate the good humor and won't be changing a thing. Not until my faux-wood vinyl shows up at least. hahaha
I recently switched over to my winter wheel/tire setup. I'll be daily driving the 4Runner this winter and using it a fair amount on the highway so I am running a dedicated winter highway tire setup. We actually are required by law in BC to run winter tires over the mountain passes so running a MT or AT all year is hard to do in my location. Because I love Toyo's so much I opten for a set of GSi 5's in the biggest size at 285/70R17. Running them on a set of 17x9 Matte Dark Bronze SCS F5's. Love the change in look for the winter and always have the option to throw the beadlocks on for the weekend when the snow gets deep and I need to get out and play in the truck.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my thread! You have one on here for the Subie!? Yes, always down for a pint.Hey Addison, finally had a chance to go through your build thread!
I was chatting with Chase on the ferry a couple weeks ago - we should all do a beer or two soon.
The requirements will vary slightly each year depending on the route. However a safe bet is 33" tires, sliders, front & rear frame mounted recovery points, and above all else - proper maintenance. Keep your eyes peeled for info on the 2018 trip!What would the vehicle requirements for something like Colossal be? Lockers? Winch? Certain tire size? Love the videos, I dream of being able to go someday!
Right above the Balfour ferry basically.Coffee creek? Or is that above the arm?
I worked right at the back up there one season- most bear poop per step I’ve ever seen.
We’re booking at Kokanee for a week in August, you guys around?