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Hello, I have Sunf rear 26x10-12 and 26x8-12 front tires are new and I noticed that the front tires are a little lower than the rear by about 2cm or 0.7inch, the pressure is the same for all tires.
I'm confused, I think the tires should be the same height ...
 

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Man..... that's nothing to be concerned about........ really, lol, don't let that keep you up at night. That minor difference could be chalked up to any of a number of factors : rubber composition, rim width, and so on and so on.
 

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not enough to hurt anything and is very common as the rims are usually anywhere from 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inches different front to back which makes a difference with tire hight if one of the tires is not as wide as they say which again is very common. are you running stock rims? and on what machine?
 

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Can am outlander 570 max stock tires are 25'a i put 26 'model sunf A033

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When I drive on asphalt and highway at speeds over 50km / h I have a little bit of vibration, and there is no vibration on the terrain and macadam, I think it's because of these tires and hard surfaces
 

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Did you have them balanced? It's not a common practice, for an ATV/UTV application, but it could help with the "on-road" manners.
 

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When I drive on asphalt and highway at speeds over 50km / h I have a little bit of vibration, and there is no vibration on the terrain and macadam, I think it's because of these tires and hard surfaces
Aggressive tread patterns will cause this. I have the same issue. Since I don’t spend much time on asphalt, I don’t worry about it.
 
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