Originally Posted by Stormrider151
Actually the dealer said that the tires should be rotated. He didn't elaborate as to why. I trust these folks. I used to work for them. Radial tires are rotated front to back because once the have been used rolling in a certain direction they will "set". If they were rolled in the opposite direction the cord would separate. Bias belted tires on the other hand are rotated in the cross method.
This is exactly what I was saying. I guess if you want to rotate your trailer tires from side to side, you need to use bias ply tires then.
10-4 on getting out of the house to go to the tire shop for free rotation, if they had beer there it would be a perfect day out.
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