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Drive Wheel

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I recently got a really good deal on a tire,  I'd like to put it on the drive wheel, I'd like to know which front wheel is the main drive wheel. All my tires have good tread, it's just that this one is practically brand new, so I'd like to get it where it's most useful. 

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Sounds like you have a tire for a full size spare.  

 

Dont put 1 new tire on your Centennial. It's best to drive with a matching set of four or at least a matching set on the fronts/back.

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