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Just went back to my Winter Tires....My observations

OK.....this morning went back to my winter tires......you can see my summer set up in my signature......I think next spring I'm going with a non-staggered 19" set up....it just feels better with my 19" wheels.....more balanced......the 19" with the suspension mods get's it down that extra little bit that insprires confidence.....now I know I'm on Blizzaks so I won't be hitting the nurberging....but if I had great tires on these rims I imagine it would feel even better.....get up and go is more lively as well....Wow...

Yep...I'm in the market for some great 19" rims with wide performance tires (non-staggered) for all four corners for spring time......I think I'll smile much bigger......running around the autobahn next year....

2012 Black GT/CS; steeda ultra lights; koni yellows; max motorsports caster camber plates; fays2 watts link; f14 forgestars 20x9/20x11; nitto invo; borla axle backs; other stuff.....
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I understand where you're coming from. Id imagine a staggered setup would make the car understeer more than a square setup.

Happy with the feedback on my 18x10s. car just grips like crazy

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