Not on my Goodyears....that's how I've always done them. You just make sure you have the direction the same. The tire is still spinning in the same direction, you just move what was the inside of one tire to the outside on the opposite side.ZimStang said:no those tires have directional tread... you can only rotate your front wheels directly back on the same side and bring your rear wheel to the front on the same side. Dont switch them from driver side to passenger side otherwise your tread wont work right.
You also just contradicted yourself...you said you can't move tires from one side the other in the first post..then said you could.ZimStang said:also if the tires are wearing like on the outside of it, you can unmount the tire from the rim and switch it to the other side... thats always a possibility, its expensive but itll give you more life out of the tires
I said twice in my first post that you have to unmount the tires....lowflyn said:Bring front tires directly back. Unmount the rear tires, put left rear on right front and right rear on left front. This requires unmounting and remounting and balancing tires. This is how I do mine about every 5000 miles or so.