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2157016 TIRES GO UP TO 2257016 WILL IT EFFECT ABS , BRAKES

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Tire width should not affect your brake components at all, but with the added weight of the tires it will may take a little longer to stop due to the rolling mass, but it probably will not be noticeable.

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