[MR2] On a non turbo MR2 MK2 is the right rear wheel the drive wheel, and
bob-schultz at comcast.net
Fri Apr 2 08:18:31 EDT 2010
Mr2's by nature chew up rear tires, this isn't your father's Oldsmobile.
Boy, pretty soon that saying will be meaningless.
Most of the time it seems like I would get 25k out of a set of rear tires
and a bunch less if I bought something performance.
What sucks is that they seem to chew the inside edge out much faster and if
you don't watch that you will find out the hard way that the inner edge is
down to the cords.
1993 up may not do this because of their "fix" of the rear suspension.
Either way, the rear tires wear out evenly so I have to assume you need an
Consider yourself blessed, your part of an elite group.
All new Lexus come with a sticker that says we eat tires for breakfast so
don't complain if your new Lexus needs tires before the ink is dry on your
From: mr2-bounces at mr2.com [mailto:mr2-bounces at mr2.com] On Behalf Of Moi
Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2010 9:47 PM
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Subject: [MR2] On a non turbo MR2 MK2 is the right rear wheel the drive
On a non turbo MR2 MK2 is the right rear wheel the drive wheel, and is it
worth it to get an LSD installed in my MK2 to combat the uneven tire wear
caused by the lack of LSD?
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