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I PUT OVER SIZE TIRES ON A F-150 1988 5.0 4X4 AND I NEED TO ADJUST THE SHIFT POINTS HOW DO I DO THIS.

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Please explain what you mean by shift points ??,also have you had a certificate prepared by a technical engineer so you can take vehicle to test centre to have the cars papers changed to show the additional tyre size ,also is vehicle homoglonised to take the larger tyres ,The vehicle will not pass its annual vehicle mechanical inspection if the paperwork isnt correct and leave yourself wide open to a big fine and points on your licence ,also in worse case scenario having vehicle impounded and crushed as well

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