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I've read here that you just make sure you put the spare up front to keep the rear 2 wheels/tires matched. So if a back tire goes out you need to move one of your front wheels to the back and put the spare up front.
This is correct if you have a limited slip rear end because running 2 different size tires will wear out the clutches in the limited slip real fast.
If you have an open diff. then you can run different size tires without hurting it.
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