In short, yes, you can off-road your 2WD rig. Technically you could off-road any rig if you aren't worried about the safety of your rig or yourself. However, assuming you want to keep yourself safe and your rig intact, can you offroad your 2WD rig? Again, yes and we are going to run you through how and what rigs are optimal for off-roading.
How to Safely Off-Road your 2WD
So you have a 2WD and you're itching to off-road, how can you do that safely? Well, it is just like anything in this world, you need the right equipment. For example, a firefighter wouldn't run into a fire without their proper equipment; and we don't want you driving into a mud hole, over hills, or on trails without the correct equipment. First, you're going to need some tough suspension, we recommend the SUPERLIFT with the sweet spot being around a 3-inch lift for offroading depending on what kind of off-roading you're looking to do.
Then you'll need a good wheel and tire package. For wheels, you'll need something tough enough to withstand the beating from your adventures. We recommend the Anthem Off-Road Intimidators for this purpose. As for tires, you'll need a good off-road tire, that can get you through anything that you get yourself into. We highly recommend the Nitto Ridge Grappler for your 2WD off-roading rig. Finally, you will want some other off-road accessories for a safe ride, a winch, rear, and front bumpers, and proper lighting to get you ready.
The Best 2WD Off-Road Rigs
So now that you know all of the things that you'll need on your rig for a safe ride, which 2WD rigs are the best for off-roading? Here are some that we suggest: