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.
Tires for a Jeep Wrangler can be purchased at a tire store, such as Tires, Tires, Tires. This chain of tire stores will not only sell tires, but does repairs on them as well.
A few variables come into play (wheel width, wheel offset, tire width), but the general rule for the Wrangler YJ is... 0 inch lift will fit 30-inch tires 1 inch of lift to fit 31-inch tires 2 inches of lift to fit 32-inch tires 3 inches of lift to fit 33-inch tires
Not rotating your tires will cause niosy saw tooth wear. Tires should be rotated at least every 10,000 miles.
Different pattern.Different pattern.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, loose or worn suspension parts. More than likely balancing & rotating your tires will correct this.
A lot of manufacturers make tires for your Wrangler vehicle. Check with your local tire dealers for their recommendations based on your type of driving.
I believe yes, the lug pattern for wranglers has not changed.
Yes, Goodyear wrangler are excellent tires. I have a set on my car and find them wonderful for winter driving, feeling very safe with them on my car. More information can be found at the following website..www.goodyear.ca/en-CA/tires/wrangler-ats
Out of balance gives more of a feeling than a sound. Any sounds from wheels rotating are usually from the wheel bearings.
Tires last longer and work more efficiently when the wear is even. Gas milage improves as well.Rotating the tires will extend the life of the tires.
This is caused by not rotating your tires on a regular basis. Also, over-accelerating through corners will wear down your rear tires. Or rear alignment is out of spec.
The factory wheels are a different size with a different bolt pattern, so no.The factory wheels are a different size with a different bolt pattern, so no.
The price of GoodYear Wrangler tires varies considerably based on the size of the tires. Some models can be purchased for as low as $80, while some cost more than double that.
You can buy used wrangler tires used for many different places.I would use amazon or ebay foe the cheapest. also look at junk yards sometime they sell tires there.
they are not always required but if the old tires had an odd wear pattern it would be in your best interest to have an alignment
A few variables come into play (wheel width, wheel offset, tire width), but the general rule for the Wrangler YJ is... 1 inch of lift to fit 31-inch tires 2 inches of lift to fit 32-inch tires 3 inches of lift to fit 33-inch tires
Bad tire?, try rotating the tires to see if the noise moves.
NO, the wheel sizes are different, you have 16's and the other has 18's, and the wheels wont work either, the bolt patterns are different.
always cross to the power. ie-front wheel drive. back tires cross to the front. and visa-versa for rear wheel drive. 4x4-cross in an x pattern.
Yes. Brand has nothing to do with it. Only size and ratings
You have a damaged tire. Try rotating the front tires with the rear tires to see if the wobble switches to the back.
No, rotating simple switches the position of the tires from their current locations. Balancing involves placing counter weights onto the rims. Hope this helps.
Not with out adapters. They have different bolt patterns.
As big as you can find.