I'm new to this forum.. though I'm pretty active in others... but regardless, Umbertob.. you are truly an asset to this community. You are like the oracle of moderators.umbertob said:Right, as long as the overall circumference / revs per mile of front and rear tires is virtually the same in a staggered setup (I think there is a tolerance of about +/- 4% allowed), that's all that matters to the 4WD system. I used to run a 21" staggered setup (275/40/21f and 315/35/21r on 10x21 and 11.5x21 rims) and never had any issues, either. You just need to do your math carefully. Your 22" setup is also very close to stock tire size - you didn't upsize - meaning you should be able to use your emergency spare tire in case of a flat without ill effects. :thumb:
I'm completely killing the topic of this thread, sorry. What tires are you using for snow on the staggard setup, I'm very curious.DoubleRsport said:looks good man, its been fun chatting with you while you were getting your setup together.
My setup is very similar and I take mine out in the Colorado snow all the time, its the best plowing through snow while others are getting stuck
It will make an already understeering RRS understeer even more. So, no.kstatenupe said:So do you get any benefits with the staggard look, or is in fact just for looks?
Wow, this all sounds fantastic, where do I sign up?gooseyloosey said:It will make an already understeering RRS understeer even more. So, no.
And as a bonus you get to deal with two different size tires when you get a flat and you can't rotate.