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Old 03-08-2011, 01:09 PM
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First off thank you for posting this info, it's always comforting to know what the professionals do to their own trucks!

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Originally Posted by RamTech View Post
Tire rotation - I rotate and balance mine every oil change. While balancing may not always be needed, I strongly recommend cross rotation at this interval or whenever abnormal wear is noticed.
Tire rotation is one thing I have heard several different things about when it comes to how to go about the rotation. I was originally taught to cross rotate but later was told that it could cause belt problems in the tires..So says the belts form a memory once they have rolled in one direction for a while and reversing them is what can cause the problem....Glad to see I have been doing it right
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