If the tires are on the Jeep, then they are already locked. The lock key is only for removing the tires (for applying work to the car, e.g. Tire rotation, buying new tires, fixing a flat tire, etc.)
the tires themselves.
Maybe, if enough clearance on full steering lock.
When motorcycle brakes lock, they make a light grinding sound accompanied by the loud screeching of the tires. When the brakes lock, the tires are forced to slide along the pavement until the brakes are released on the bike stops.
will tires make noise if there choppy on inside
Yes, if the front tires don't rub body on full steering lock
If the tires are properly balanced plug tires should not cause a vibration.
You have a brake problem.
Misaligned axles, bad mounts on the tires, improperly inflated tires.
The engine causes the tires of the vehicle to turn. The tires are made of rubber in order to maximize the friction (traction) between the tires and the concrete. It is the tires and the force of friction which causes a vehicle to move forward (or backward, for that matter).
Tires out of balance
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.
Usually a suspension or front end proble causes uneven wear on the tires and you get noise from them, similar to running on snow tires
when you spin out, or burn your tires, yo!
Out of alignment or bad shocks or struts
Wheels need alignment.
The front tires ( the unpowered ones) lock up first, along with the one rear tire that is not being powered. In most cars, the rear tire with the least traction is the one that gets the power.
Why? To even out tire wear. The front tires will wear much quicker than the rears on a FWD vehicle. The front tires are pulling the vehicle and are also steering the vehicle. This causes friction which causes wear. You rotate by simply putting the rear tires on the front and the front tires on the rear every 10,000 miles. Click the link and go to Tire Rotation.
they said mine did this because my tires were not stock and were bigger then recommended