LatelyLux wrote:In QLD you can increase the track width by 50mm on 4WD vehicles, so up to +5 offset would be legal.
HK1837 wrote:LatelyLux wrote:In QLD you can increase the track width by 50mm on 4WD vehicles, so up to +5 offset would be legal.
Does QLD not follow the NCOP?
I just saw the 2015 update NCOP and it does say for type MC vehicles that yes you can increase track by up to 50mm, but only if they fit under the guards or flares in the straight ahead position and wheel/tyre does not contact anywhere under any operating conditions fully loaded.
So yes, that would in theory allow offsets as low as 5P to be used is the other criteria is met including if the vehicle is actually category MC (should be on compliance plate). Ford Territory aren’t apparently.
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