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Old 09-19-2008, 10:24 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by guitarterry View Post
Im sorry to be rude but im in a bad mood...

(Y)es the diameters get bigger as you go up in size, but...
Sorry you're in "a bad mood", but...

Yes, you are going to have to get every tire size for each tire and run the numbers through a 'tire calculator', such as: Tire size calculator

As the tire size goes up, you can actually end up with a smaller diameter tire, e.g. higher RPM at the same speed - not less!
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