Re: Swapping out Skinnies??
I would imagine with skinnies up front, you have less contact patch returning a lesser 'feeling' of the road. also, less effort in turning, both to turn the s/wheel and less scuffing of the tread because a narrower width.
It probably has at least +2.5 ° of caster giving the reason why it steers straight - good high speed steering. Plus, if front end is lifted, as in going down the track, it may have 0° camber, again for less friction to the road/track.
Try a road trip after swapout. I would imagine you will need a four-wheel alignment.
Align the front axle with the rear axle as a reference point.
Try an older privately owned repair shop if other s don't give suggestions.
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