Correct order of changing tyres


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hey guys as i had to change my 2 tyres which bursted due to an accident . i had replaced one with the extra tyre and bought a new one . both tyres bursted were driver side . the new tyre was put in front and stepney at rear .
my car has run 7000 kms so my right side tyres are new and left are old will this create any problem??
is there any order to put the tyres??
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Put the tyres which are worn out more at the rear and the new ones at the front. Since your car is a FWD the front tyres wear out sooner than the rear ones.


In your present case i think you can feel some difference in driving slightly , the car will not be stable while cornering.
 

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Generally, it is recommended to replace all four tires together, but there is no thumb rule, especially in case like yours, since the car has covered only 7,000 Kilometres, I assume that other two would be in a fair enough condition, and all tires retain the same size. However, you can do what cooldhaya has stated in above post.

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