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Old 01-16-2013, 03:54 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by kleen'n'simple View Post
ok. i was reading a lot about this yesterday and apparently as long as its below 3% it should be fine. i found some other wheels 215 40 18 to go with the 235 40 18. i ran the numbers and it 2.5% difference. i should be fine right
Honestly I wouldn't even chance it. Why not just go with the same size front and rear?

Your drivetrain is going to cost a lot more than two front tires or fender rolling would cost.
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