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3 Old Tyres, 1 Brand New One - What To Do?


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Well, the last few days the car began pulling right for some reason... this morning i took the front right wheel off and the very inside of the tyre had been worn down alot, at parts down to the metal mesh - luckily no flat tyre.

I got it changed straight away cause i have some spare new tyres.

I had no time to put the new tyre/wheel to the back, so now its pulling to the left. Due to one being new and one being old.

I was just wondering, what i should do.

Should i change one more tyre so i have 2 new ones and leave it in the front?

Or switch the right front wheel (new one) to the back and also the same on the other side, so the front 2 tyres are the same..

Or what should i do?

Let me know, thanks :)

Driving whilst being pulled to one side is stupid.

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yeah, definitly.

First hand experience today haha. I knew it would happen.

Not sure how i should play it.

The rear doesn't matter does it?

All wheels are the same, tyres are same size as well. 265/35/18

Is it front or back that normally has more ware?

On a gtr if it matters...

Should i move the rears to the front? as they should be even to each other...

Then will it be ok for the 2 fronts to go to the rear... one new one old?..

thanks for the comment

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