No one said not to inspect the tires. Rotating won't stop problems that
occur from hitting pot holes or curbs. Only takes a few seconds to peek at
them once a week or so and more detailed when it is on the lift for an oil
Oh - sorry - mmarlowREMOVE, I forgot to attempt to explain this to
you. I just assumed everyone reading here would know this, but I
guess it is a little beyond your limited "real world knowledge and
A power wrench is a wrench operated by some power outside of your
arms, hands (or feet, hahaha)! In most automotive work it is operated
by air pressure, whereas in some machine shops or large marine vessels
and shipyards they sometimes use hydraulically operated power
wrenches. (I'd hate to see one of these in the hands of those service
Do you now understand?
But of course you knew, didn't you, that when I referred to "service
monkeys with power wrenches" I was talking about those pimply-faced
kids in the dealers workshops that use air wrenches to crank the wheel
nuts on so effing tight you can hardly get them off yourself when you
need to change a tire on the side of the highway, or the ones that use
these tools on engine and transmission drain plugs and strip the
So if you have nothing to add to the tire rotation discussion, why
don't you just stop posting your obnoxious nonsense here?
Time to wind it down for another weekend.
Thanks to ED, HLS, Canuck57, raamman, Mike, JohnG and others who
contributed useful discussion in a positive way.
I know a lot more about tire rotation now, thanks to you guys.
It is unfortunate that a couple of "service monkeys" tried to jump in
with their power wrenches and strip the threads off our discussion,
but they'll let any old dipstick buy a pc these days. Can't be
Have a good work week, and see you next Saturday.
Hey Tom, why don't you stay away.
Most of us have had bad experiences with "service monkeys" but your
posts certainly did not provide any solution that was relevant for the
majority that don't have the facility, equipment and knowledge that you
have in abundance.
I'll go with the people who post here that provide logical common sense
solutions based on facts.
=================Hey dipshit - haven't you figured out how usenet works yet?
I posted the questions.
I'm not really expected to "provide any solution that was relevant" -
that's up to the responders.
Welcome to my weekend, hahahahaha!
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