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as long as the overall diameter is the same or close you shouldnt run into any issues.

Yeah it'll work fine, no issues at all. It's no different than the guys running 15's up front and 18's in the back on the drag strip.

For the street however, I'd make sure that the rim/tire total height (or overall diameter, as greaser said) was the same from front to back.

 

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Yeah it'll work fine, no issues at all. It's no different than the guys running 15's up front and 18's in the back on the drag strip.

For the street however, I'd make sure that the rim/tire total height (or overall diameter, as greaser said) was the same from front to back.

 

Ken

 

I'm not so sure that it would be a real good idea...I'm sure you're looking for a little more of a "raked" look by getting the nose down a little bit more, but I would be concerned about issues with the ABS with smaller tires in the mix...especially with going with something like a 15 up front and 18 in the rear...Could cause significant issues with braking under panic stop situations...

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I'm not so sure that it would be a real good idea...I'm sure you're looking for a little more of a "raked" look by getting the nose down a little bit more, but I would be concerned about issues with the ABS with smaller tires in the mix...especially with going with something like a 15 up front and 18 in the rear...Could cause significant issues with braking under panic stop situations...

Hey man I'm not sayin it's a GOOD idea! :lol:

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