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Posted by eurospeed on October 02, 2000 at 17:06:49:

In Reply to: NE1 know how to prevent flatspots on tires posted by killa-beez on October 02, 2000 at 14:16:44:

I haven't had any experience with them so I can't vouch for their effectiveness. If you're home during the 1-2 weeks, another alternative is to roll the car (hopefully your garage is not at much of an incline) about a foot every couple of days (suggestion: role the car by rotating the tires by hand; don't push the on the body). Leaving the car in neutral with no ebrake (using only wheel chocks or wood) should make it relatively painless perform this procedure.

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