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Old 10-03-11, 11:03 AM
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PatW
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I find that the front tire wears far more slowly than the rear tire. I seem to replace about 5 rear tires for every front tire. Rotation is fine, the way to do it would be to put the front tire on the rear and the new tire on the front. A front blow out is far more problematic than a rear blow out. Also, the front tire has far more effect on turning and handling than the rear tire so that is where you want your "best" tire.
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