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16 hours ago, Ashraf Bakar said:

Hi guys. Im new here. I have a 2010 Mercedes R350L. I intend to use this for some light off roading. Can recommend how i can get the car lifted/get off road tyres for this?

 

Thank you!

Hi, the R350L is a MPV and not an off road SUV

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It’s still a sedan and road clearance is not as high as a SUV like the ML or even the GL series

You might risk damage to your undercarriage if the roads are not easily access by a normal sedan. 

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13 minutes ago, kepiting1sg said:

It’s still a sedan and road clearance is not as high as a SUV like the ML or even the GL series

You might risk damage to your undercarriage if the roads are not easily access by a normal sedan. 

Yeah. Which is why i posted the question if lifting the car would be possible. 😅

I dont want the undercarriage to be damaged but still want it to function for my usage. Seen any lifted before?

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On 10/17/2020 at 11:03 PM, Ashraf Bakar said:

Yeah. Which is why i posted the question if lifting the car would be possible. 😅

I dont want the undercarriage to be damaged but still want it to function for my usage. Seen any lifted before?

Tried looking online but can't find any that are lifted. You might just be the first one in the world!

What kind of off-roading are you looking to do?

Found this video of a Russian R-Class messing around in some dirt though, looks like fun lol.

 

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4 hours ago, snsd555 said:

Tried looking online but can't find any that are lifted. You might just be the first one in the world!

What kind of off-roading are you looking to do?

Found this video of a Russian R-Class messing around in some dirt though, looks like fun lol.

 

Yeah i saw this too! I have a farm in Malaysia and it is situated off the grid. So the roads are not tarred up. Still soil based so it gets muddy and slippery at times. Intend to raise the vehicle so that I can avoid damaging the undercarriage etc. Would be good if there are some good springs and AT tyres to fit in it. Haha.

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