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Old 11-22-2012, 04:39 PM   #25
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You need at least some semblance of good tire on front OR back, not having it (running bald) is a driver competence issue. But only the unlearned put the new tires on the back on FWD, if I need back ones, the new go on front and old go to back.
Roger that! That's how we were taught and it's common sense old school. I don't understand where this rationale comes from when it comes to placing two new tires on the rear wheels of a front wheel drive car and leaving the older worn tires up front.
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