You dont really need a thicker front one. That will just tighten up the roll some, make the car whip a little more, but it will also make more understeer.
Just go for the rear ones. Also if you want to do drift, your gonna need a pair of 205s up front and 195s with stiff tire walls in the back. The best ive found in 195s is BF goodrich. They make this one tire that has incredibly thick sidewalls and only costs $58.
The more wieght you get out of the front the less counter balance there is for the rear. Less wieght up front = rear end will kick out easier.
If your gonna drift, fill up the gas tank. It adds a lot of extra kick out inertia. Keep the tire in the trunk too.
I have never had experience but im assuming its harder to drift with a open differntial than a limited slip one. So invest in a LSD if you dont have one. get one from a junkyard
Thats all i can think of for now
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