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Tire rotation pattern

I have a subaru outback and it is an all wheel drive car what is the rotation pattern for an all wheel drive car

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Do you still have the owners manual? You might be able to get it at http://my.subaru.com

I have an '02 WRX and the manual says to rotate the back left to front right, and back right to front left. But, make sure you are not using uni-directional tires if you do that! :-)

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