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Old 02-03-2011, 01:34 AM   #15
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Both Michelin and Goodyear dealers told me to not rotate the tires. They'll time out before the normal rotation mileage. Also duals need to match wear (as mentioned earlier).

One day I hope to wear out a set. However, work keeps getting in the way.......
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FWIW, the only rotation I do on my coach tires happens when I go from any cold weather farther South to find warmer weather.

Other than that, you don't need it.

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Old 02-03-2011, 06:11 AM   #17
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Rotating ?

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Rotating your tires religiously has one major drawback - they're all worn out at the same time! So you have to replace all of them.

If you leave them in one place, they wear out progressively and you can replace the fronts or the rears as needed.

Getting the maximum mileage out of each tire probably would save less than the cost of having them rotated.
I never rotate.. anything, no car or Truck or MH tires.

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Unless you have directional tires like I had on a T-bird.
OOPS. How could I forget THAT!!

However the new direction (no pun intended) is for asymmetrical tires.
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