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Oh there was a big pissy fit in the FB goup about it a couple days ago... Thats frowned upon by all the engineers running around SMH
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Oh I fully agree it makes no practical sense, and will only hinder performance and capability, I just want to see what it looks like!!
 

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If you want bigger brakes and need to go to 20” wheels as a result, you basically need 37’s to keep a decent sidewall.

i’m just curious if the 37’s would rub as some of the videos show the 35’s right there in the wells at big flex angles.

so yeah. I hope someone does it.

also the oem tires not having the snowflake rating is bullshit. Yeah yeah. They designed the tire to accommodate the top speed. I don’t understand why a winter rated tire couldn’t have a similar speed rating.
 
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