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Unread 04-25-2012, 03:02 PM   #31
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There are no different rims or offset on factory tires. Only when it comes to lift kit tires. I'm not sure of the numbers. I believe it's a couple inches different. I'll measure tomorrow.
Great, thank you! Just FYI will be putting Jakes 6" lift on it so will need lift kit tires.
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Unread 04-25-2012, 03:08 PM   #32
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Update: The lift tires for a car for front wheel brakes are offset 1-1/4" LESS than the rears due to the extra width the brakes provide. If you put REAR tires on the FRONT you'll be way too wide and may rub on the body. You'll need to shop around to see what you can find. Don't exceed those numbers though or you may be rubbing spindles. We always take the front wheel brakes off and replace the spindles with standard golf car spindles. There's nothing I hate worse than front wheel brakes on a golf car.
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Unread 04-27-2012, 12:15 PM   #33
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Update: The lift tires for a car for front wheel brakes are offset 1-1/4" LESS than the rears due to the extra width the brakes provide. If you put REAR tires on the FRONT you'll be way too wide and may rub on the body. You'll need to shop around to see what you can find. Don't exceed those numbers though or you may be rubbing spindles. We always take the front wheel brakes off and replace the spindles with standard golf car spindles. There's nothing I hate worse than front wheel brakes on a golf car.
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