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Staggered wheels refers to an arrangement of wheels on cars, trucks, and other vehicles in which the pair of wheels on one end of the vehicle are a different size or shape than the wheels on the other end. Usually, this means the back wheels are larger than the front wheels, often a couple inches wider across the tread or larger in diameter.

This is done for practical and aesthetic reasons. Although larger rear tires (also called a staggered fitment or a staggered application) can help vehicles move over uneven ground, they also affect the build and frame design of the car, making it look sleeker or more powerful. Many car companies sell sets of staggered wheels.

We have been selling wheel and tire packages since 1972, and always check (and then check again!) to make sure that our recommendations are accurate and the wheels and tires we send you will fit – we guarantee it!!!

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