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Old 05-13-2006, 11:26 AM   #5
BIGSKYWRX
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You've also got the wrong relationship front and rear. With a AWD car you would generally want a wider combo up front, not rear (like a RWD)- ths will help dial out uneersteer.

The "easiest" way to accomplish this is to run the same tire front/rear- but run a wider rim up front say 8" front/7.5" rear- this gives you a little wider package up front (as a general rule section width increases ~ .2" per .5" of rim width increase).

You can run a different tire size combo, but you must be very cautious and get the heights very, very close (f/r)- proceed w/ caution w/ this endeavor.
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