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Buy 4 Select Tires, Get 30% Off Instantly
Receive 30% Off 4 Select Installed Tires on Your Online Purchase. This offer is valid only on PepBoys.com and is an online exclusive. Promotion not valid for walk in customers to a Pep Boys store. Customers will need to place your order and schedule installation on PepBoys.com to qualify. Valid on select in stock tires only and requires Pep Boys Installation package and Road Hazard Warranty to receive the discount. Those tires for which discount is available will be identified in search results and tire detail pages. All other Tires, Michelin branded, BF Goodrich branded, Special Order, Fleet and Commercial tires are excluded from this offer. Not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions. Offer valid when purchased and installation scheduled online through 3/27/17.


Tire Rotation Patterns

Regular tire rotation helps to even out tread wear which is important to prolonging the life of your tires and keeping them performing at their best.

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Tire Rotation Pattern Guide

Whether you are doing the job at home or bringing your vehicle in to have one of our professionals do the work for you, there are a few things to keep in mind.

  • While it is recommended to rotate your tires at every oil change, you should always follow the guidelines in your vehicle’s owner manual for both timing as well as the appropriate rotation pattern for your vehicle.
  • In cases where the tread depth on your front tires differs significantly from the tread depth on your rear tires, you should always position the tires with the most amount of tread on the rear.
  • While regularly rotating your tires can help to maintain an even amount of wear on all four tires, it can not correct irregular wear caused by worn mechanical parts, incorrect inflation pressures or alignment problems.

Learn How to Rotate Your Tires

There are three rotation patterns that cover most vehicles with non-directional tires and wheels that are the same size and offset.

1. Rear and Four-Wheel Drive

Vehicles that are equipped with non-directional tires and wheels should use the Rearward Cross or the alternative X rotation patterns.

Rearward Cross PatternX Pattern

2. Front-Wheel Drive

Vehicles that are equipped with non-directional tires and wheels should use the Forward Cross or the alternative X rotation patterns.

Forward Cross Pattern

3. Vehicles equipped with differently sized, non-directional tires and wheels on the front and rear axles

These vehicles (staggered fitment) should use the Side to Side rotation pattern.

Side to Side Pattern

4. Vehicles equipped with the same size directional

These vehicle's tires and wheels should use the Front to Rear rotation pattern.

Front to Rear Pattern