DO NOT use 4wheel unless you have the same size tires all around. It would probably mess up the transfer case or something like that. I dont know a whole lot but Id play it safe and get same size all around.
This is a discussion on quick question within the Performance forums, part of the General Discussion category; for a while now i noticed hed a little vibration in my truck untill yesterday i drove home After school ...
for a while now i noticed hed a little vibration in my truck untill yesterday i drove home After school and my tire was wobbling like crazy i got out looked at it and there was a 2in tall knot that like about 1ft long i had another set of tires that were on the truck before but they are 265 the tires that are on it now are 285 i went ahead and put them on but my question is if i put it in 4wheel drive will it mess aqnything up haveing 285 in front and 265 in the back??
Last edited by j Kirks; 12-14-2006 at 03:12 PM.
Yes, something will break, likely the chain or something else in your transfer case. DO NOT PUT IT IN 4WD.
01 gmc 2500hd ecsb. Duramax, suncoast stage IV, EFI live, Edge Insight CTS, raptor lift pump, Eaton E-locker up front. Single stack, 20" kmc rockstars wrapped in 305/55/20 coopers zeons.
ok thanks just making sure
If i have 285 on my truck and i get a flat and my spare is just a 245 will that mess anything up in the limited slip or in the rearend in general.
2000 Silverado LT 2500, ext. cab, short bed, automatic, 6.0L, 4:10 gears, 17x9 Helo wheels, dual 30 series flowmaster exhaust, kicker comp sound system, MAF sensor descreened, AFE stage 2 cold air intake, throttle body bypass