I just recently got a rotation and balance on my vehicle. I found out bad shocks had caused cupping in my rear tires. They moved my bad tires to the front and put my good tires in the rear.
I was wondering if the bad tires is the cause for fairly strong vibrations. Vibrations are most noticable at mph below 15-20. I am afraid because I also feel the vibration in my brake and gas pedals. Will continue use of bad tires in the front affect the integrity of the rest of my vehicle.
I already got the rear shocks changed out but im still saving for two new tires. Im afraid the bad tires will hurt my car. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
have the same problem?
Thursday, May 20th, 2010 AT 3:38 PM