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I put 285/30/20 on the rear and 255/35/20 in the front for some reason it jerks a little bit on the beginning of the acceleration, is this normal or should I go back to my factory stock wheels? Any input is greatly appreciate it.
 

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You are going to want a 245 35 20 on the front. The 255 is going to be too tall compared to the 285 throwing your AWD out wack. Your tires should be as close to the same size as possible.
 

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#Heelsfan78 thanks for your input I think I will go back to all square just to be on the safe side.
 

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I can't blame you but I have the set up listed above with no problems.
F 245/35-20
R 285/30-20
 

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I found this site has good info on outer diameter of the tire you choose.

For example, here's a link to the Michelin Pilot 4S:

Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Tires

I would make sure if you run staggered, the outer diameters (1st column below after size) match exactly (i.e., 26.8/26.8, 27"/27", etc.)

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I can't blame you but I have the set up listed above with no problems.
F 245/35-20
R 285/30-20
Greetings. What does the 285 look like on the car? Does it line up well with the wheel well? If I was to run 255 35 20 and 295 30 20, the tyre diameter is exact at 27". Is this do-able? What would the rear tyre fit like? Any images? I don't wish it to stick out.
 

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Is this do-able and what does it look like? 255 35 20 on the front / 295 30 20 on the rear of an AWD. It seems that the tyre diameter is exact. 27". Would there be any problems with the drive train if the diameter was exact? Will this set up fit? What does the rear 295 look like? any photo's. Thanks.
 
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