Captfatboyf250 glad to hear you got some bigger rubber just watch your tire pressure don't run them at max unless you're fully loaded (to avoid running on just the center portion of the tire) I usually chalk the tire tread (unloaded) and drive 100 yds in a flat parking lot and check tread (chalk) to assure the complete tread is contacting the road surface. On my truck when I had the 305's I ran 5 lbs less in the rears to ensure both front and rear tire treads were contacting the road surface make sure to chalk 1 front and 1 rear to see what pressure works best for yours for my current 38's on 16x10 rims (unloaded) I'm running 40 psi front and 35 psi rear. I have the v10
Ot I should have but would not of thought of that old circle track trick
Man big thx I will definitely ad that to our next pre flight (chalking)
Btw with the larger tires I did have to change the toe in/out quite a bite
Because compared to the 265 tracking it was all over the road ...
Checked ball joint connecting rods all rock solid, my have a little play in steering
Box ,,,hope this is adjustable....?