Thread: Tires chopping
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Old 02-01-2011, 03:00 AM
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My dealership is pretty darn good at most things, but, when it comes to tires, i get the BS excuse, that the tires are cupping because they were not rotated as required, but, i tried to rotate as required & i had so much shake my arms got tired & i was about to go on a 6 week cross country trip, 7600 miles,
i had to re rotate the tires just to make the trip, when i returned home i had to tell the dealer to take off all the wheel weights & start from scratch, it fixed the shake problem, BUT, the rubber has cupped so much, there is no saving the cheap assed goodyears
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