It depends on what kind of vehical and tires you have. If you have directional tires they need to be rotated front to back on the same side of the car. 4x4 recomends to cross rotate like the letter x lr to rf/rr to lf etc. It is also important to keep your tires balanced/recomend getting that done on a high speed spin ballancer. That will keep it both in Static and Dynamic(side to side&up and down)balance. Prices differ between places, at sams club it will cost you aprox. $15. Failure to rotate the tires will result in the tires cupping, causing undesirable ride, leading to premature suspension wear.
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Also keep in mind if you have a high performance car the rear or front tires may be wider than the others in which case no rotation is needed.
I find that diagrams are often one of the best ways to show the various trie rotation patterns. There is some great info in the link below
In my area it costs $20-$32 to rotate and balance the tires.
Your tires would definitely have to rotate if you are speeding !
Rotate tires 2 front 225 and 2 back 245
Sure, you can balance the tires. Any place that sells tires can balance your tires. You cannot rotate the tires as you have already stated they are not the same size. Balance but do not rotate.
On average you should rotate your tires every 6000 mile or 6 months.
It's a good idea to rotate your tires every so often.
Proper way to rotate tires on C240
You cannot rotate tires on a vehicle when the rear tires are wider than the front. They must stay where they are,
Rotate your tires regularly every 5,000 miles for the best wear. Rotate at the very least every 10,000 miles.
You don't need to rotate MY tires but, you need to when your car goes left or right when the wheel is straight.
I recommend you rotate the tires every 5,000 miles and balance and rotate every 10,000 miles. Important: Air the tires to the PSI listed in your owner's manual or on the driver's door post.
You should really rotate your tires every oil change to guarantee full even wearing on the tires but at least every 5000 miles or so
Yes. Make sure you get your tires certified by Discount Tire as well.
That depends. My 2006 Grand Prix GXP has different size tires in the front and back, so you can't rotate the tires, you can only switch the right side tires with the left side.
Front to back, no. Side to side, yes. If the tires are directional, no.
It is recommended to rotate and balance every 3000 to 5000 miles
You should rotate your tires more often.
front to back
Drive the car, silly.
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DIRECTIONAL tires stay on the same side of the vehicle Front to rear , rear to front
Does it pull to the side? It may be your tires. Bad tires. Flat spot on the front tires. Try to rotate your tires. And see what happeneds.