OK, odd question here:
I've heard all about the skeleton issues with rotating radials across the car, thus changing their direction of rotation. Still...
... I'd not mind squeezing a few more thousand miles out of the RE92s - it's a waste to swap them out due to the inside tread being worn down (normal camber, just lots of miles) if (and I stress IF) I could simply swap them side-to-side and get a few more months out of them.
Has anyone actually *done* this? Up until now I'd been rotating front/back and keeping the wheels on the same side. I understand swapping sides at 5,000 miles is "better" than swapping sides at 35,000 miles, but has anyone tried?
Will I end up on the evening news?