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Old 07-21-2013, 08:42 AM   #1
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I'm planning on getting some bullit wheels and tires.
275/40 r17
315/35 r17
These are the sizes that I'm getting for the tires. Since they are different sizes, how am I suppose to rotate them so they can wear out evenly?
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:46 AM   #2
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if you get a staggered setup then you don't rotate them. maybe swap sides but you don't rotate them.
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Ohh ok. Thankss
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You don't... You have to get the exact size to rotate them
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You don't rotate them at all, most tires that go onto wheels that wide are directional and can't be switched from side to side either.
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You don't rotate them at all, most tires that go onto wheels that wide are directional and can't be switched from side to side either.
Directional tires can be rotated, you just have to dismount them, which is a big pain in the *** with the wide wheels.
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Directional tires can be rotated, you just have to dismount them, which is a big pain in the *** with the wide wheels.
Yea, no one is going to do that lol
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Like said, you can't rotate them. But, you could get 275's on 17x9's all around, like I did. Mine needs to be lowered a little more, but this looks good on lowered stangs IMO.
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Yea, no one is going to do that lol
Nope not unless you had access to a tire machine yourself
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they stay where you put them if they are directional if not then you just swap sides.... When I was first into cars i made this mistake lol.
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