The stock summer Dunlops actually have an rpm difference of 745 rear and 750 front. The 285/295 MPSS combo have an rpm difference of 740 rear and 746 front. Still totally fine. The 285/285 square setup is exactly equal front to rear and best for the AWD system. There are other options out there with staggered yet exactly equal front to rear rpm. For example, the MPSS 285-35/335-30 combo is exact and the Nitto NT05 275-40/315-35 is exact as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Thanks for the update GT-R Marine! I hadn't thought about going that wide in the rear - 335? No rub issues on stock setup?