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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-15-2019, 01:34 AM Thread Starter
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Tire Rotation

Does anybody have any good estimates of when (mileage) to rotate the tires?

Also, do we rotate like a rear wheel? Straight back, and cross to front?

And, does anybody have the torque specs for the lugs?
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What does the manual say?
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Owner's manual ...to the correct torque of 927 lb.ft (12510 Nm).
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But, the manual says nothing (that I could find and, the **** thing is written with so many side notes and warnings that it seems to abandon all pretensions to coherency) about how/when to rotate the tires. TIRE ROTATION and ROTATION are not in the index. And, I could find no reference in the manual in the sections about tires/testing pressure/replacing/etc ... about rotation.

So - does anybody know?
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I worked for Bridgestone/Firestone as a mechanic for a number of years and we would recommend rotation every 3k - 5k miles, basically same time you did an oil change. For me personally I rotate every 5k. Follow rear wheel cross pattern for awd. Front wheels to back, LR to RF, RR to LF.
I also use a tire depth gauge to keep track of tread depth. If I notice some uneven wear, I rotate.
https://www.bridgestonetire.com/trea.../tire-rotation
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I might rotate once when about half worn. And if wearing evenly I skip that too.
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I might rotate once when about half worn. And if wearing evenly I skip that too.
Yup. Agreed. Everytime I do an oil change.
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So, if I'm at 13K miles, it's probably past time.
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So, if I'm at 13K miles, it's probably past time.
Inspect the tires for even wear and measure the tread. You might be only half way there. But then you can rotate much more often if you like.
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So, if I'm at 13K miles, it's probably past time.
Many newer vehicles can go 15-20k between oil changes. Unless you are having unusual/uneven wear patterns, I wouldn’t be concerned about it.
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