Thread: Tire rotation
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Old 04-24-2013, 07:45 PM   #13

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Originally Posted by JimE View Post
The rub the suspension (ie: inside of the wheel), not the fender.

If you want a bigger wheel in the front, you have to go aftermarket and get the correct back spacing.

And there is no real reason to rotate. The whole purpose of rotating (for cars with the same wheels and tire sizes front and rear) is to get even wear on the fronts and rears, and thus replace the entire set at one time. There is no problem with replacing them in pairs as they need to be replaced.
The rotation helps prolong any replacement as the centers on the back wear as the corners on the fronts wear. I guess it just can not be worried about with this car.
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