I have a 1988 chevy s10 2wd and was wondering if P185/70R14 and P235/60R14 that came off a 69 Camaro fit my truck being staggered size

Asked by Aug 20, 2017 at 08:54 AM about the 1988 Chevrolet S-10

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I wouldn't, the handling would be horrible. Your vehicle came stock with 195/75-14's, the 185's are -5% difference and the 235's 3% different, and using them on the same vehicle front to back wouldn't be a good idea. A stagger set up, you want the same circumference on the tires, just slightly wider in the rear. Too much of a difference IMO. Plus the tires on the Camaro are probably much older than 6 years old, which is the current safety standard of how old tires should be on daily driven vehicles due to dry rot.

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