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Old 20th March 2017, 13:15   #571
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Originally Posted by itwasntme View Post
One query on putting new tyres in front. Should not they go to the back for a big heavy car like the Superb? Sounds counter-intuitive but that is what is being recommended now.
Yes, I have read that thread. But I am going with what has served me well for almost 30 years now. In front wheel driven 'sedans' , I feel the best place for new set of rubber is the front. And I could notice an immediate difference in ride quality. I suppose there is no substitute for real world experience.

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