George -Bockosh said:I have the stock Eagles on my Mo and one is damaged beyond use. The remaining three have 6/32 of tread left. I found a used Eagle with 10/32 tread on it. Will have the 10/32 tire mixed with th3 6/32 tire harm the vehicle? It is AWD.
DSi-.:DSï said:What if a go with a lower profile tire on front and keep the load rating?
That is something to think about for those who have upgraded their wheels and tires to a different diameter in case they have to use their spare tire. If you have AWD, you may want to make sure your spare's rolling diameter is same as the ones on the MO....njjoe said:...AWD does not like it if you mix tires with significantly different diameters....
mine is FWD, Ive read that not-US spec uses lower profile tirenjjoe said:
Do you have FWD or AWD? Would the front tires have the same rolling diameter as the rears?
It should not be a problem (that I know of) with FWD. However, AWD does not like it if you mix tires with significantly different diameters. It will assume slippage is occurring and it will engage the AWD clutch. Damage to the drive train would be imminent because both axles would be locked together yet they would need to rotate at different speeds due to the different tire sizes.