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Old 06 Oct 2001, 01:48 am
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Default tires,antilock brakes

I want to put wide tires on the rear and keep narrow ones on the front
but, I was told I might have problems with the abs- the computer might
think theres slipage from the different tires.
Can I go with narrow / wide as long as they are the same size-is there
a tolerance that can be, like a 1/16 or 3mm or do they have to be
exactly the same size. And what about weight is that a factor?

Can you help, Thanx Ricco

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Old 08 Oct 2001, 11:28 am
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Shane from can answer all your PT wheels/tires questions.

his email is he's knows everything about possible wheel/tire setups..

let us know what you find..

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Old 09 Oct 2001, 11:42 pm
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well I've been reading his responses to people with the same question
and as long as it no more than 3% height difference between front and
back tires the abs should not be affected.

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