Join Date: Jul 2006
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That would be better...on the rear you have both sides tied together through the gears and a larger size tire (even though minimally) is turning different revs that the other side. It will cause some tension on the gears but not noticeably and the result will be a tire skip...again, not noticeable to you.
On the front their not tired together through the gears.
2003 6.0 F350 dually on high cholesterol fuel (WVO)
2000 7.3 Excursion also on a high cholesterol fuel