- 1 What is the point of staggered tires?
- 2 Are staggered wheels better?
- 3 Can you put same size tires on staggered wheels?
- 4 How long do staggered tires last?
- 5 Should I rotate staggered tires?
- 6 Are staggered wheels bad for AWD?
- 7 Why are BMW wheels staggered?
- 8 Do staggered wheels affect handling?
- 9 How do you know if your rims are staggered?
- 10 Why are UTV tires smaller in the front?
- 11 What is the difference between staggered and non staggered?
- 12 Can you put staggered wheels on 4matic?
- 13 Are Michelin tires at Costco the same quality?
- 14 How long do all-season tires last?
- 15 How long do tires last with low mileage?
What is the point of staggered tires?
The idea behind the staggered wheel and tire sizes is that by putting larger tires on the rear drive wheels, you will get better cornering, better braking, and more power on the road. Those wider rear wheels will mean better traction, especially in the summer and on dry pavement.
Are staggered wheels better?
Staggered wheels come with many benefits. The wider wheels on your rear-drive vehicle will offer a better grip on the pavement. You will have more control over your vehicle. The increased grip will ensure better acceleration as well.
Can you put same size tires on staggered wheels?
in all reality the tires will fit just fine. They just won’t be staggered.
How long do staggered tires last?
It is, of course, more complex than that, but to summarize, as long as the tires are fitted correctly, by competent people, on the correct size rims, they are guaranteed for at least 30,000 miles.
Should I rotate staggered tires?
Vehicles with staggered fitment tires or wheels cannot be rotated in the preferred or alternate rotation patterns. If the tires are directional they can be rotated side to side, but in order to do so, they will need to be dismounted and reinstalled facing the opposite direction.
Are staggered wheels bad for AWD?
No, you have no reason to worry. As mentioned above staggering your wheels is fine as long as you run the same size tire. It’s NOT ok when you run a wider tire in back and a skinner one up front or vice-versa.
Why are BMW wheels staggered?
A staggered fitment is also referred to as a staggered application. Basically it means that you are running different sized wheels on the back of your BMW than from the front. Running wider wheels on the drive wheels means more grip on acceleration and from an aesthetic perspective, it means larger lips.
Do staggered wheels affect handling?
Staggered tire setups can also encourage a level of handling safety and security. Staggered tire setups with smaller width tires at the front axle generally produce understeer near the handling limit.
How do you know if your rims are staggered?
If they are 225s all around you probably have 7.5″ wheels on all 4 corners. If you have 225 on front and 245 on rear they are staggered.
Why are UTV tires smaller in the front?
The smaller-width tires on the front of a side by side have less surface contact due to their smaller size. This means there is less tire touching the ground at any given time. Because of this, the UTV becomes easier to steer. Because the steering effort is reduced, the side by side becomes easier to maneuver.
What is the difference between staggered and non staggered?
Staggered just means the fronts are (usually) smaller (by width) than the backs. Like a 911 with 245/35 ZR 20 front, and 305/30 ZR 20 rear. Most cars are non–staggered because it’s easier on rotation, cheaper, and work fine.
Can you put staggered wheels on 4matic?
You still lose the ability to rotate the tires. To fit staggered tires on those wheels, you would use a 285/35/18 in the rear, the OD will be wrong for AWD and I think the winter traction would suffer.
Are Michelin tires at Costco the same quality?
Costco’s name-brand tires are the same quality as other name-brand tires sold elsewhere; Costco’s shop has lower overhead costs than a conventional tire shop, so they can afford a lower markup. Why are Michelin tires considered better than others?
How long do all-season tires last?
On average, people drive between 12,000 to 15,000 miles a year, which means the average good quality all–season tire will last somewhere between three and five years, depending on maintenance, driving style and conditions, etc.
How long do tires last with low mileage?
The straightforward answer is “it depends.” A normal set of tires should last for 60,000 to 75,000 miles, or about four to five years. But there are a few key factors that will affect your tires‘ lifespan.