Question about 1994 Land Rover Discovery
Likely you will end up with the same or similar footprint on the ground, but, the change will cause the speedometer to read lower than actual speed.
since the vehicles computer also uses that info, you may see a performance fall off due to that. The additional tire diameter will also put a bit more strain on the driveline as the further away from the axle center the tire tread is the more torque it takes to turn the axle (the inverse of how a lever or long wrench works) Therefore, the tires may physically fit but you need to consider these things before going ahead with it.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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