Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Houston, Texas
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I don't know how or if they were ever rotated, I know that the next set will be, because I'm fanatic about that (at $200 a tire you have to be...).
We did find a loose tie rod that was causing some of the vibration that I felt so I'm hopeful that will prove out to be the cause of the cupping. The truck only has 69,000 miles and only 40,000 of those are on the current lift kit/shocks.
It is dual rear wheels (my first dually actually) and the rear wheels seem to be fairly even in their wear pattern. I'm actually considering going with a smaller width tire on the front and leaving the rear alone until they are showing enough wear to justify replacing them.
By the way, what is the rotation pattern for DRW trucks?
Red Wagon Trucking
2002 Ford F-350 Crew Cab 4x4
Rancho 4" Lift
Maverick Steel Bumpers, Running Boards & Headache Rack
Air Raid Filter System
T-409 Turbo Back 4" Exhaust 5" Chrome Tip
Really Pretty Wheels with 315/75/R16 BFG's
Pioneer AVX-P7300DVD with XM Satellite, Television Tuner and soon Voice Commander
Tons and tons of Bio-Diesel...
Ok, so maybe I went a little overboard
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