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  • Since the MPSS are not asymmetric, they don't tramline like the Goodyears. It's a much better driving experience and a quieter tire.
    Thanks so much. I will be following your 325/30 experiment very closely on the other forum. One question though, how does the car drive on the street with the 285's? I will be moving from Nova Scotia to Ontario Canada next year and road conditions will be much better. Roads are " rutted " here in a lot of locations.
    I enjoy following your responses for advise. Very honest and informative.
    Shouldn't be a problem. A 285/35 will fit on a 9.5" rim if you want to close the gap on the size difference. I'm running 285/40-19s up front now.
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