Posted by Tom Bond on February 24, 2014 at 19:14:00 from (184.108.40.206):
Switched the tires on the front and clearances were exactly the same as before switch. So I decided to try someone elses suggestion and flipped them around so they are now dish out. Now there's about 4" additional clearance on each side. Don't think it will hurt to run them like that and the weights go back on without issue. I thought maybe the wheel nuts might of been in the way but they're fine. Now the fronts are a bit wider than the rears but don't think that should bother anything or I could just flip the rears around too. Or since there wasn't really any actual problems in the first place with rubbing or anything like that, maybe I should just put them back the way they were and quit being so picky about how it looks. Any suggestions?
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