Nice rig drew.....have fun making room to turn the wheel,
if you do offroad this rig, as looking by the way its setup you do, I can guarantee you that you will need to trim that body mount with those tyres.
I was and still am considering those size tyres, the benefit with the MTZ's is that the 305/70x16 is a 12inch wide tyre which my Silverstone MT117's are very very close to in a 285/75x16.
Difference thou is my wheels are a 16x8 with a zero offset rim. so they are pulled inwards 12mm more than your wheels are.
I have had to remove the mud flap, bash the pinchweld halfway back, trim the bottom rear corner of the flare and quarter panel behind it, and cut and pin back the inner guard liner at the rear guards.
I have about 5mm clearance when fully stuff inside the guards, unless your front suspension is very stiff, you will need to cut and replate the bodymount, not a big deal, but if you run big and/or wide tyres its something that will need to be done.
I see you didnt mount up the factory bracket that goes from thecrossmember below the radiator to the one just below the engine.....how good is it without it huh? i did the same on mine to suss things out and the extra amount of clearance you get is awesome......I gather a custom bashplate is on the cards.
last question, your rear springs seem to sit nice and high.....what increase did the springs you put on the rear give ya? a full 3 inch ?
cheers mate, when you get it sorted, would love to see some offroad shots...