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well ive tried lookin around online tryin to understand it. But i think i figured it out. Does it mean that the rear tires stick out further than the front tires??? or atleast wider than the front tires?
 

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Staggered means the rear wheels are wider than the ones on the front. You're going to create more undsteer in your car. For FWD application the wider wheels should be upfront. This allows increase grip at the front and allow more rotation of the rear since FWD cars have horrible understeer already. RWD cars run a staggered setup to inhibit oversteer. If you are going to run staggered on a FWD car, you are not going to be able to turn well at all, especially if your driving wheels have a smaller contact patch than your rear wheels.
 

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^You know wheels huh? lol.
 
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