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FAQ - TIRES


…are to be used on one side of the vehicle and are intended to be rotated from the front axle to the rear axle. If different tire sizes are used on the front vs. rear axle, the tires become location-specific and prohibit tire rotation unless remounted. Back to top. 3823 out of 7535 found this answer…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Rotation Instructions


rotating tires. For that matter, any differences in wear rates actually indicate that tire rotations should be done more frequently. Tire rotation can be beneficial in several ways. When done at the recommended times, it can preserve balanced handling and traction and even out tire wear. Tire rotation

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You Don't Know Jack


…differently and most tire company's mileage warranties require tire rotation to keep the warranty valid. Tire rotation can even provide performance advantages such as more balanced handling and better traction. Tires should typically be rotated every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. If you wait until the tires show signs…

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The Connection Between Tread Depth, Tire Rotation and Alignment


…monitoring and find a good rotation schedule based on wear not mileage. I will rotate my tires once I begin to see a deviation of 1/32" difference in tread wear. View the benefits and instructions on proper tire rotation in "Tire Rotation Instructions." Once the tires have been rotated, be sure to check your…

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Time to rotate your tires!


…always allow for rotation. Front and rear tires different sizes? Recommended intervals for rotation are about 3,000-5,000 miles. More frequent rotation is important early in the tire's life as a new tire will wear more rapidly than one that has been in service for several years. I recommend staying closer…

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Winter Tech - Matching Tires on Four-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive Vehicles


…shift "on the fly" into 4x4 Auto or 4x4 High at highway speeds. Rotating Tires Because the front and rear tires of all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles perform different duties while accelerating, braking and cornering, tire rotation is important to even out, and maintain equivalent treadwear of…

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Tire & Wheel Package Installation


…Site [Email A Friend ] Recommended Installers Tire & Wheel Package Installation It usually takes only minutes to install tires and wheels on your vehicle; but remember, theyll probably be on for at least 5,000 miles and will roll over a million times before its time to rotate them. To make those miles…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Specs Explained: Rim Width Range for Track & Competition Use


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Winter Tech - Higher Tire Pressures for Winter Driving


…Tire Pressures for Winter Driving Lea esta pgina en espaol Several vehicle manufacturer's owner's manuals recommend operating winter tires several psi (typically 3-5) higher than their recommended pressures for summer and all-season tires. While none of them actually provide the reason why, there are…

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Tire Tech Information - Diagonal Tread Wear / Tread Scuffing


…both rear tires should be replaced. Periodic tire rotation is also important. The recommended rotation pattern for front wheel drive vehicles allows each tire to serve at all vehicle positions, sharing the work and sharing the wear. NOTE: Tire rotation cannot remedy tires that already exhibit significant…

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Winter Tech - Air Pressure/Load Adjustment for High Speed Driving


recommendations are tuned beyond what is branded on the tire's sidewalls. These increases in recommended tire pressure are usually determined by agreement between the vehicle and tire manufacturers. In the absence of such an agreement, apply the following: Beginning with the vehicle manufacturer's recommended

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Tire Tech Information - Torquing Wheel-Attaching Hardware


…over-torquing the hardware. Tire Rack recommends starting hardware by hand, snugging them manually and then using a beam or click-type torque wrench to apply the final torque and confirm the recommended torque value has been reached. Tire Rack does not recommend using impact guns or torque sticks when…

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