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Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Great Falls, VA
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the diameter of the wheel should not affect the speedo at all.. it should be the overall diameter or circumference of the tires.. if you think about it, say you're going to travel 1 mile, the bigger your tire is.. the less revolutions it has to take to carry you that 1 mile vs a tire that is smaller.. thus affecting your speedo and odometer.. you could have a 35" tire with 12" wheels and it should be the same number of overall revolutions as a 35" tires with 20" wheels..
2008 Ford F250 6.4L Crew Cab Short Bed King Ranch
3.5" ReadyLift Leveling Kit, 37x13.5x20 Toyo MT's on stock 20's, Dual Steering Stabilizer, Livewire w/ IDP, KEM, Gearhead, S&B, 5" Flo-Pro, Rudy's EGR Delete and Cold Side Pipe, CCV
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