Tire Rotation Patterns

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Tire Rotation Patterns
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  • Take care of those tires!

  • Rotate, rotate, rotate! Each wheel position poses a different demand on the tires you've installed. Rotating them often assures even and efficient treadwear, which means your tires will last that much longer. The owner's manual in your vehicle should indicate the appropriate rotation pattern. Read…

  • Prevent Flats: A Few Easy Steps

  • …the unexpected. Rotate your tires. This is a great time to inspect your tires for punctures and knots that could be potential failure points. Tire rotation is easy; here are a few good patterns you can follow: Complete details are here, but if you're unsure which rotation pattern to follow, give us…

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  • Tread Patterns

  • …the tire’s entire tread face where both inboard and outboard halves feature the same pattern. Tires featuring symmetric tread patterns allow the use of multiple tire rotation patterns. Continental ContiProContact Michelin Pilot HX MXM4 Asymmetric Tread Patterns An asymmetric pattern is often…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire Tread Patterns

  • …same pattern. Tires featuring symmetric tread patterns allow using multiple tire rotation patterns. Asymmetric Tread Patterns An asymmetric pattern is designed to blend the requirements of dry grip and water dispersal/snow traction where the tread pattern changes across the face of the tire. An…


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