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Old 03-28-2016, 06:02 PM   #1
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Toad tire rotation

Does flat towing on interstate highways have any affect on frequency of toad tire rotation? Also what mileage is normal for tire rotation? Thanks

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Old 03-28-2016, 06:09 PM   #2
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You will find the front tires will wear more than the rear. We live in Canada and in our province, winter tires are mandatory from October to March for most roads.
So, I have a set of winter tires mounted on rims that I install each October and in the spring replace them with the summer tires. Each time I install them, I rotate them from back to front from the last configuration.

If I were in a climate were winter tires were not a requirement, I would still rotate them annually.

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Just my opinion, and often it's different than others, but towing down the interstate will have no noticeable effect on your tires. Just don't turn any corners. Turning corners tends to drag the front tires or scuff them sideway to some extent and cause more wear on the fronts.

I rotate every toad oil change which is about 7500 driving miles on the toad.
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