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Check your car engine seat as this could cause steering and dash board vibration.
Two things: First, you could get skinnier tires on there, but I wouldn't. You won't gain any mileage from doing so. You'll incur the cost of tires, so will cost you more in the process. Second, putting taller tires on there to increase your rolling radius will hamper improved fuel mileage. The reason is because taller tires require more torque to run the ...
A larger front wheel is more stable than a smaller one, so theoretically should keep you more stable in high speed turns. But, you'll be messing up the front fork geometry (rake and trail) which may have unforeseen consequences with the suspension and steering. You'll definitely have more trouble in parking lots.
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