What is the 5 Wheel pattern for rotating the tires on a 1997 Jeep Wrangler?
There isn't one. The spare shouldn't get rotated in with the other 4. Front left to back right, front right to back left, back right to front right, back left to fron left.
The rear tires of a front- wheel driver car have a series of cups worn into them the most likely cause is?
I have P245-75R 16 tires on my 2008 Jeep Wrangler 4dr now-will 255-70 18 tires off a 2012 Sahara Jeep Wrangler fit?
What could cause the steering wheel to shake and the car to pull in one direction after a tire rotation?
Tire out of balance, low air pressure, broken or slipped belt in tire, or wheel mounted incorrectly. Remove both front wheels, inspect the tires for bulges, dips, or feathering, inflate to correct PSI, reinstall and torque in a criss cross pattern to proper torque. If you still have the problem have the tires checked for proper balance. You should always check the balance when rotating tires.
Putting a lift in a 2013 Jeep Wrangler and using 33 inch tires depends on what size tires you are using now. You can get 33 inch tires to fit any size rim. If the Jeep is already lifted you may not need anything else but tires. A 2003 Jeep Wrangler, Rubicon Edition, has a 2 inch suspension and uses 33 inch tires.
The loud drone sound is from the wheel bearings. I had to replace the two front wheel bearings on my 2004 Mazda3 2.3. try rotating the tires first, because a bad tire will sound almost the same. I also have the same problem. I did rotated my tires but find out all suspensions need to be replace. Bad suspensions cause tires to cupped and make those drone noise.
It really depends on which rims they are. The bolt pattern is the same so you will be able to put them on. But the offset may or may not work with the '95. The offset is how far out the wheel will stick out from the car. 1987 through 2006 stock rims and tires are completely interchangeable with no adverse differences to offset or bolt pattern. *please make sure tire size is appropriate for…
Should I purchase all new tires at the same time; or should I rotate the back to the front in an attempt to get more tread life out of them?
Generally when purchasing tires for a vehicle how many you should purchase depends on the type of vehicle you drive. For all wheel drive or four wheel drive vehicles it is recommended to replace all four tires at a time to be sure all tread patterns match. For front or rear wheel drive vehicles the tires on both the front and rear axle should match each other and can be purchased in sets of two…