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Old 01-10-2014, 07:44 PM   #1
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Staggered vs regular tire setup.

I'm thinking about ordering a Staggered wheel and tire kit from AM, what are the pro's, and con's(if any) about switching from 245's all around, to a staggered 245/275 setup.
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More expensive tires and not being able to rotate. That's about all the cons. Everything else is a pro
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Would the speedometer be affected by the change to bigger tires in the rear?
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Would the speedometer be affected by the change to bigger tires in the rear?

Bigger meaning a different "revs per mile". Yes.

That's why while tuning, you can change the revs per mile to adjust your speedo.
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