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Hey guys, I've got a stagger question for you. On a car that is a daily driver that's pushed hard, doesn't see the track or strip, how much does a stagger setup effect handling? And if it does, is there an adjustment that can be made to counteract understeer, etc. The setup that I'm currently looking at is 19 inch wheels with the same overall diameter front and rear, 245s on 8 1/2 inch rims in front and 275 on 10 inch rims in the rear. My overall goal is to get better traction by using summer performance tires that are a little larger in the rear without adversely affecting daily driving handling. The bottom line question is, that this small of a difference in stagger require any adjustments or is it okay to leave it as is?
 

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I'd be impressed too, if I noticed the difference! I'm just curious if there is a mechanical adjustment that needs to be made or just a driver input adjustment to compensate for the stagger. Thanks for your input.
 
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