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Why do they use the same type of tires on all of the race cars?

Why do they use the same type of tires on all of the race cars?

For road courses, teams use the same tires on all four corners because the car will be turning left and right. But for any sort of oval track with banking, the right side tires are an inch wider—called staggering—and are made of a different compound.

Are staggered tires good?

The increased grip will ensure better acceleration as well. You can manage your vehicle smoothly on uneven roads. Staggered wheels are considered good for their appealing look. The wider stance will make your ride more powerful and sleeker.

Can you put same size tires on staggered wheels?

The norm is to place the same size tires on all four wheels for predictable balance and even treadwear. There are plenty of aftermarket packages of staggered wheels and tires to choose from. A typical difference in wheel size might be 19” x 8” on the front and 19 x 9.5” on the rear. Variations do get more aggressive.

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Is it bad to run different size rims?

If you choose to drive your vehicle with mismatched wheels the same issues can result. Mismatched wheels will fit each tire differently causing uneven wear and tear. In addition, different sized wheels can lead to different sized tires which can be detrimental to your vehicle.

Why are racing tires bald?

Race cars use tires without tread because smooth tires provide better traction in dry conditions. If the ground is wet, however, drivers will suddenly find themselves needing the grooved tread that siphons water away from the tires.

Why do Nascar tires wear out so fast?

Because of the high banking on several of the tracks, stock cars and trucks in NASCAR’s three series can reach speeds approaching and in some cases, above 200 mph (321.9 km/h). Centrifugal force allows the cars to reach the high speeds, but as you can imagine, the tires wear out very quickly.

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Why are UTV tires smaller in the front?

The smaller-width tires on the front of a side by side have less surface contact due to their smaller size. This means there is less tire touching the ground at any given time. Because of this, the UTV becomes easier to steer. Because the steering effort is reduced, the side by side becomes easier to maneuver.

When are tires equal at all four corners?

When the tires are equal at all four corners, and there is no tire width difference between front and rear axles, the setup is square. Which tire setup is preferable?

Do all tires run the same size?

You will notice as you shop for tires that the staggered tires becomes less common as you go up in height to the larger tires (like 30 inch and above) When you start running 30 inch or taller tires it’s extremely common to run them all the same width so that is what is mostly offered in those sizes.

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Can I Mount 4 tires on 2 different size rims?

Your factory rims are most likely 2 different widths (designed for the staggered tires that come on it from the factory) but you would not want to mount 4 tires that are the same width onto 2 different sizes of rims. They could not be rotated & the tires will not be the same height because they would be mounted on different widths of rims.

Can I use the same tires on the front and back?

If you are using the same tires on front and back they are universal and can be rotated. We mentioned a pro of the staggered fitment is the cosmetics, the same goes for using the same size. Many of our customers prefer the looks of using the same size on front and back.