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WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO ROTATE THE TIRES , ON A 1991 CAVALIER

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You always keep the tires on the same side and swap them from front to back. Rotate them about every seven thousand miles. If the front tires show any uneven wear you probably need a front end alignment.

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