In the tight woods and stuff and more technical stuff...it does...just being wider will do that I believe. Its a trade off for better cornering....I guess it depends where we go riding...for the tight stuff and woods...I'll be running the stock rims and tires...don't wanna bang up my new 190's where they won't be a plus. I will be studding those front Trekkers for the ice. :twisted:
Actually I think they were 2" offset....lol...If I am wrong....to tell ya the truth I forgot...hehehe....so I asked a friend...he said I gained 4". I will measure them in the morning. Funny huh? lol. I know...I know...I kill me too.
offset wheels add the bump steer.. the farther you move a wheel out from its mounting position the more bumpsteer you get.. this would be evident if you had +2 a-arms and then put an offset wheel on it.. then switch to a 4+1 wheel. Thats why its better to widen a quad with a-arms and axles than with wheel spacers and offset wheels
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