Change the position once per 10,000km-12,000km or every 6 months to ensure uniform tire wear The tyre transposition helps the uniform wear of all components. It even helps to prolong the life of the tyres and gain a balanced control and traction. Regular tire transposition helps keep the vehicle running smoothly and smoothly.
It is also possible to change the tires when the oil is changed for the second time. Why do you want to change the position of the tyre? Tires in front of the vehicle usually wear faster than the rear. If you constantly change their position, this helps them to wear more evenly and achieve maximum tread life.
Remember that the tyre transposition does not solve the problem of wear caused by tire pressure discomfort. How often do I have to switch places? Each time you change the oil (approximately every 10,000-12,000km), you can change the tyre. If you often drive at high speeds, transport heavy weights, or travel long distances, this extra pressure means that you can switch places a little more frequently. If you find any uneven wear conditions, you need to change the position as soon as possible.
When you're driving on a flat road if they're buzzing, it's time to think about changing places. Can I make a replacement for my own tires? Since the proper installation of tyres is important, we recommend that you go to your agent or tire shop to be operated by a professional.
But it's also pretty easy to do it yourself, and it helps you understand how it works without any special tools, just a little time and space.
To get any advice from the manufacturer of the vehicle, check the owner's manual provided by the car factory.
It is recommended that you follow the pattern shown in the following figure for the tire transposition
Can be used only when all tyre specifications are the same (pattern a-d)
The front axle and rear axle of some vehicles are fitted with different specifications of tires and wheels, and in this case pattern E is recommended (if the tyres are installed without rotation direction). The arrow on the tread is observed at any time in the transposition of the tyre with the rotation direction of the tread pattern. These arrows indicate the rotation direction of the tires that must be carefully adhered to.
If these tyres are of the same specification, follow pattern a transposition. Using different specifications of the tires with directional requirements or the front axle and rear axle with different bias values the directional tyres of the wheel need to be dismantled tires, installed and rebalanced to carry out the correct transposition – often check your owner's manual to obtain any suggestions from the automaker.
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