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Author Topic:   Tire Stager
Wheels47
Member
posted February 11, 2002 08:57 PM
first of all you need to mount them and recheck the run out i've found that the marked tires are bigger than actual size. yes you normally run the bigger tire on the right side depending on track size how much stagger or a qiuck fix if your trying to get the car to turn their is no standard you will have to se what works for your car at your track. I always check my tires at 15psi thats middle of the road of what preassures i run.


powercar821111
Member
posted February 12, 2002 11:34 AM
I put the biggest one on the right rear, smallest one on the left rear. Unless if the difference is more than a couple of inches. Then I put the second largest one on the right front, and the second smallest one on the left front. If I am too loose, I just switch the left side tires, which takes stagger out of the rear, and puts it in the front. I generally can only afford to have four or five tires to work with at a time, so maybe I don't have the best advice.


jammin
Administrator
posted February 12, 2002 12:12 PM
The most important thing your doing when you change stagger is changing weight distribution. There are multiple ways to do it, but this is an easy fix.


jammin


dirtracer14
Member
posted February 12, 2002 04:47 PM
If these are the e-mod tire you will be surpised when you get em mounted.i have found that getting em that close it size that by the time you adjust for pressure they will be allmost the same. i normaly buy the 89 for the rr and the 86 for all the rest. I may pick up a 86 1/2 just to use on the lr to take stagger out. Best thing to do is mount and air all and check then keep track of what they were so when you buy more you have an idea what you need. I could tell ya what they come out to but thats on my stagger stick ....and they are all diff. Hope this helps


charlie_two
Member
posted February 12, 2002 06:24 PM
i dont run any stagger in my mod. have alot better luck like that


Wheels47
Member
posted February 12, 2002 08:58 PM
I have found out that on a wet track for me, one inch doesn't really make a difference, but on a real slick track, every little thing makes a difference for my car (usually bad). I guess what I'm trying to say is tacky is more forgiving.