True dat!The owners manuals usually indicate a Modified X rotational pattern.
That is what I use because it ensures the tires see each corner of the car.
Move the drive wheels straight to the other axle, left rear to left front and right rear to right front.
Then cross the fronts to the back. Left front to right rear and right front to left rear.
Don't forget to reprogram the TPM!
I hope you meant front-to-back. Directional tires cannot be swapped side-to-side since that would cause them to rotate in the wrong direction.I can only swap my PS2s side to side...
You are correct, PS2's are Asymmetrical tires (can rotate either way, but do have an inside and outside).i dont think PS2s are directional, but do have an inside and outside.
i rotate mine side to side
PS2s are asymmetrical but not uni-directional. The fronts are 245/45 on 18x8.5" stockers with the rears being 275/40 on 18x9.25" almost stockers...I hope you meant front-to-back. Directional tires cannot be swapped side-to-side since that would cause them to rotate in the wrong direction.
The driver's side tire can wear a little more quickly unless you always have a passenger. Or unless you have the stature of Calista Flockhart, Tony...**cough**burp**fart**If aligned properly, your left and right tires should get equal wear, so it doesn't matter which side it's on.