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      01-03-2013, 08:12 AM   #7
mlifxs
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It's good to be square as you can rotate. If you do spirited driving, your rear tires may wear faster. Rotating can help even things out. From what I've read, running square will reduce understeer.

I wonder though, if reducing rear tire width reduces cornering ability overall (less total tire patch). I've thought about going square but only if I can minimize the width reduction in the rear (say only go from 255 to 245).
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