Date: Sat, 03 Oct 1998 19:02:07 -0700
From: Justin VanAbrahams <jvanabranopsamnet>
Subject: Re: 95 900SET New Tires Problems

Definitely... there is no reason why a Saab is any different than any other car on the road, as far as wheels go. I've never heard of "Vulcans," so I'd go so far as to say they're a one-off or discount tire and probably not up to the same high quality that Michelins are. Take your car somewhere else - have them check the alignment, and have them check your ball joints. If your alignment is off, or the balljoints worn, you may be wearing the tires unevenly. -Justin wrote: > > Your tire dealer is trying to screw you up. I have rotated my tires and > they work beautifully before and after rotation. > > Talk to your Saab dealer, they should be able to tell you what the deal > is. > > Thanks, > > -Dima > > wrote: > > > > I just replaced my Michelin ZR 205's with Vulcan ZR 205's. I have the tires > > rotated every 3000 miles. When they were rotated the car pulled noticeably to > > the right. The mechanic rotated the tires back to the original position and > > the problem cleared up. I went to the tire dealer, NTB, and asked them if > > this was a defect in the tire and they told me that you have to remount the > > tires when you rotate them on a SAAB. When I had the Michelins on I rotated > > the wheels every 3000 miles with no problems and I got 40000 miles out of the > > tires. > > > > Does anyone know what the real truth is? > > Do I have to remount everytime I rotate? > > > > Thanks > > > > Pat Abbe > > > > -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- > > Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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