Does it really save money? I've never understood that. Your tires are still going to wear out one way or another. If my rear tires wear out first because I can't rotate then I'll buy 2 new rear tires and replace the 2 fronts when they wear out. If you rotate every 5k and your tires wear down perfectly even at the same time you will have to buy 4 new tires.
I just don't see the money savings. Especially if you take into consideration the cost of rotating tires at a shop every 5k miles.
i never understood this either as most tires are directional so you can only swap front to back on the same side of the car. imo not worth the hassle.
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2006 Lexus GS 300 AWD – Glacier Frost Mica - Black - ML Package
20" x 8.5" Status Knight Wheels Black with Machine Face | Bridgestone G-Force Tires 245/30/20 | BC Racing Coilovers | Carson Tuned Lip Kit | 3000k HID Fogs | Prestigious Society Navi/DVD Override Kit | 15% Tint | Black Roof and Window Trim
With this wheel and tire setup, how much does the rims face stick out past the tires side wall?
Check the wheel thread. That's where i got tons of good information from 70-80 pages of various looks with different offsets and tire combos. Then, I hit up rominl for some pointed questions that he was happy to answer. Do your homework first so you get a good idea of what you want to accomplish.