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Old 01-24-2013, 10:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dealer forgot to chalk all-seasons...

Just noticed that the dealer didn't didn't chalk the locations of stock all-seasons when they installed my snows.

Stoopid question:

Is there some way of identify which side of the vehicle they came off ( not a problem with the Blizzak snows, which are directional tires...) ?

Maybe there's some trick with the TPMS or something I don't know about that identify their locations...
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Dealer forgot to chalk all-seasons...

Meh, don't worry about it IMO, the ones with the most wear around the edgs were likely the front ones, put them in the back.


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Do you rotate your tires regularly? If so, the two with the least tread depth probably came from the front, although the difference shouldn't be much. It's less important to figure out which side they were on.
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Do you rotate your tires regularly? If so, the two with the least tread depth probably came from the front, although the difference shouldn't be much. It's less important to figure out which side they were on.
Thanks, that's what I figured. I'll ask if it was an oversight or they don't care on the non-directional all-seasons. I do rotate them per the Acura service suggestions.

Although after a week of -28 deg temperatures ( or worse ) in Eastern Ontario I wonder if I'll ever get to put the all-seasons back on...
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