Originally Posted by Gary RVRoamer
Unless the tire is specifically marked with a direction of rotation, there is no need to do that on trailer or car. Only a few tire models have a tread pattern that is uni-directional, usually just on high-performance tires. There probably isn't even a need to rotate tires unless you see signs of uneven wear. And if you do see any signs, e.g. the front axle tires wearing more than the rear axle, there may be a problem that needs fixing.
Gary, that's exactly why I 'm doing the rotation. The front tire on the curb side is showing slightly more wear inside than all others.... I agree there is something that needs to be addressed....axle misalignment? Nonetheless, until I get that part resolved, rotation (without running many miles afterwards) still makes sense.
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