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You're right - it's same for either uni- or not... (archive)

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Posted by Bryan on June 08, 1999 at 10:39:47:

In Reply to: Isn't that is the point of an inside-out swap? posted by Carl B on June 08, 1999 at 09:59:48:

Even if they weren't unidirectional, it would be the same. Directionality has no bearing here. Inside on the wheel would stay the same if I were to just swap left to right. I'm having to remove the tire from the wheel to move the more worn area from the inside to the outside, as the tires are mounted on the wheel. Then as you say below is exactly right.

: Inside left becomes outside right, inside right becomes outside left. Tires keep same rotational direction. Did I miss something here?

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