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Hey all,
Havnt had a problem until recently, but we've noticed when looking at the front of the car, one side is noticeably lower. I thought maybe we had a front spring going bad, and then decided to measure the tire heights. They are easily 3/8" off from side to side. Same air pressure in both.
Anyone else experienced this? These are the 24" front tire that is no longer made by M/T anymore. Just wondering if anyone else had any issues like this?
 

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Jason,
Thanks for the response. They are different in diameter. Just by looking at them, you can see that one "bubbles up" more, as in making the contact patch smaller...while the other one seems to have the tread surface stay more flat, making a larger contact patch...even with the same PSI in it. We had 50PSI in the shorter one and it didnt seem to help. I'll look into the new tires...I knew you and I discussed them when they were first being produced. Thanks for a continuously great product...put a new set of M/T 33.5x16.5 on before the last race out. :)
 
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