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Tire and Wheel Assembly Weight

Does anyone have any idea of the weight of an average 265/60/18 tire and factory 18" alloy assembly vs the 265/50/20 tire and factory 20" alloy assembly? Might be swapping and i was wondering how much unsprung weight I was adding and if it would affect acceleration,MPG ect.

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