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question concerning new tires, alignment, rotors, brakes, ..

question concerning new tires, alignment, rotors, brakes, ..

Postby pro956 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:44 am

Hey guys,
My 02 se v6 (around 85k miles) has been treating me very well, but it is in need of some TLC. My tires need to be replaced. A few of them aren't wearing evenly (definitely the front driver side). The driver side front breaks wear much faster than the rest. I tried replacing the rotor, but it didn't help. Anyway, since the tires are low, I figured I'd take it to NTB (or a competitor?), get 4 new tires balanced, and possible do more.

Should I have them replace my rotor(s)? It seems to only be the front driver side that had issues. Should I replace my struts and springs as well? I feel like someone told me that there's no point in aligning our back wheels, is that true?

Should I have them do something with my brake fluid?

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!
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