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    Default Two Tire Rotation

    Video shows how every car should get the new tires on the REAR of the car.



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    That's the way I did it way back when I couldn't afford to buy 4 tires at a time. Although I put the new ones on the rear to get the max life out of the new tires.

    Ken T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Century7667 View Post
    I put the new ones on the rear....
    I always thought the new ones went on the rear...if there was a rear blow-out, you had less control than with a front blow-out.

    That's the way I learned it.

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    Having a FWD car is a different story.

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