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  • Is it OK to Mix Tires?

  • …mixing tires on their vehicle due to the fact that either their front or rear pair have worn out before the other pair. In most cases, they don't want the same type of tire. There are a variety of reason why people don't want matching pairs, such as lack of availability of their current tires, price…

  • Staggered Tires: Why or Why Not

  • …in two different sizes. The tires can be rotated from front to rear to help maintain even treadwear. Next, there is less chance for confusion. I've seen staggered set-ups installed with the back on the front and vice versa; and I've seen customers assume that if they check the size of one tire, that all…

  • Matching Sets of Tires Always the Best Way to Go

  • …his Potenza RE-11 because he was using multiple brands of tires on his car. This is a great tire in a dry street but horrible in a wet one. It is so horrible that maked me crash in a highway. The tires where on the rear of my car in front I have some Pirelli PZero Rosso that works really great. .…

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  • FAQ - SUSPENSION

  • …they can be read when installed). Most are marked front/rear. Eibach spring part numbers end in 001 for the fronts and 002 for the rears. H&R springs have VA marked on the front and HA marked on the rears. Other brands are typically marked front and rear. The ends of the spring coil should be indexed correctly…




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