Originally Posted by clayton89
I know lol. I just know I have seen a few people here complain about their mileage based on increasing wheel sizes, but usually they all increase the width of the tire. I have seen a few people say that with the increase in contact patch will increase friction with road surface leading to less MPGs
Thats where friction comes in= more friction= more stick. Get mpg eco type tires & you'll loose friction but have better mpg.
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