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  • Arahaeldor Lhaithor
    Technicians agree that getting your tires balanced every 5,000 to 6,000 miles (or as recommended by your manufacturer) can help extend their lifespan and improve their performance.16 Sept 2019
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    From corner to corner. So you're going to take your right front to the left rear and left rear toMoreFrom corner to corner. So you're going to take your right front to the left rear and left rear to the right front and right rear to the left front and left front right rear I'm balancing.
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