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Old 12-17-2012, 08:04 AM   #1
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Question about staggered setup

I currently have the brembo wheels which are 19x9 on all four corners but want to get the AMR drift wheels, 19x8.5 in the front and 19x10 in the rear.

I have two questions:

1) What do I need to know about how the car will drive in comparison to how it does with the 19x9 setup?

2) Is there anything special I need to do to put the 10s on the rear or is it as simple as swapping the wheels? I know I have to do the tire pressure sensors no matter what but I don't know anything about putting a wider wheel on.

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Shouldn't notice any difference in driveability and nothing special needed.

Not being able to rotate tires is the only downside.
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Shouldn't notice any difference in driveability and nothing special needed.

Not being able to rotate tires is the only downside.
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If it's your daily driver, losing the abilty to rotate your tires really sucks because you can't even your tire wear out and that sucks a bit of a$$.
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If it's your daily driver, losing the abilty to rotate your tires really sucks because you can't even your tire wear out and that sucks a bit of a$$.
I guess that's something I could live with.. although if I'm losing a few thousand miles on tires that would really suck. It is a daily but since I live up north it's going to be getting some time off the next few months. Still don't know if it's worth it though.
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It's definately worth it! As long as you don't do burnouts and kill you're tires the staggered look is super nice and looks sick.
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