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A few questions if you could -
1. Are the front and rear wheels different sizes?
2. If so, then which size does one square to?
I've seen posts where when rear wheels are swapped to the front the inner rim of the wheel rubs on the lower a frame.
This question is a little off topic but seems the right people are here to ask: Looking for a "universal spare" tire, what size would you recommend?
Has anyone tried the 19" tires year-round? Looking for a range comparison, ride quality comparison, handling comparison.
You....are prepared.If you have the standard 20" Slipstreams, you can always buy two front take-offs online and run those on the rear. I'm sure this has been covered, but running the identical 20x9 w/ 265/45r20 tires in all 4 positions allows you to rotate tires to your hearts content.
On a related note, I always carry a spare front take-off when I travel with the MX, since the fronts fit any position. When in town, the spare is in the garage and just a phone call away. I keep a 2 ton floor jack, breaker bar, and torque wrench w/ 13/16 socket in an 18 inch tool bag in the MX trunk at all times. The bag also has a first aid kit, tarp, rain parka, 12v air pump, flashlights, and a few tools. This setup allows me to change a flat or broken wheel in 15 minutes and continue on with life.