Man! I live at the Andrew Jackson State Park in South Carolina...Is this for looks, or for how you are going to use it?
Thanks! Dirt and gravel roads...Tell me more.
I've got a F-150 Lightning on order... The Rivian would cost what the F-150 and the Solterra costs combined.Rivian truck > Solterra for the less than manicured fire roads, imo...
No one will truly know the aftermarket potential until they've driven a Solterra off the lot into their driveway...
I like both (I drive a GMC Sierra) but will want a new truck pretty soon.Have you looked at the new Silverado EV? My son had a pre-order in for the Lightning (early one, too), but dropped it, once he saw the Silverado.
Big Knobby Tires would work ...Would they fit?I had a Chevy Avalanche, and used it to go to our cabin, which was off a very rough FSR. I later replaced it with a 2018 Crosstrek, which did much better on the rough roads, and even used it for some serious off-roading, which I know my Avalanche would not have handled. Check out this if you are interested. I am hoping the Solterra would be similar. It is the Subaru AWD drive that makes all the difference.
Rivian has max 15" clearanceBig Knobby Tires would work ...Would they fit?
You are limited by the wheel well and suspension travel. Generally, only about 1" diameter (ie 1/2" clearance) can be increased without rubbing at the suspension and turning range extremes.Big Knobby Tires would work ...Would they fit?
How come you're looking to get out of the Bronco? Are you keen on switching to electric or is there something wrong with the Bronco?I'm sure there are multiple pros and cons. I'm determined to replace my 2021 Bronco with an electric,
What is the best way to have at least (or almost) a two inch lift?
Bronco is fine ...just going electric!How come you're looking to get out of the Bronco? Are you keen on switching to electric or is there something wrong with the Bronco?