Not on the fronts. There's usually no need because they're wedged in so tight. If I pull on mine, they don't budge.
I just found Equa-Torque locally. It's at Pep Boys for 6.99. I'm picking up a tube on my way home from work.That's what I used to get at Kragen. But when O'Reilly took over, they stopped carrying it. Tried their stuff but it didn't work from the start. Tried stuff from Napa and worked for just over 10k miles. So yeah, back to that stuff. $11.94 with shipping on Amazon. Don't waste your time on anything else!
You realize the outer "base" is a little higher than the center, right? So it will naturally give you a lower reading on the outside tread. I've got 37K miles on mine already and have 8/32nds remaining.hyeah:Changed the oil yesterday, realized it was time to rotate the tires so I did that too. It's been 6K since the Michelin LTX A/T2s were installed with 14/32" tread. Measured 12/32" near the edges and about 13/32" in the center -- all four tires were the same. Bumped them from 32psi to 35, hopefully the wear will begin to even out. Kinda soon to tell, but at this rate I probably won't get more than about 40K miles from them. That's probably low for Michelins, but most of my driving involves cornering and much of that is on very abrasive chip-sealed roads.
Yup.... I shouldn't have said "near the edges". My outer measurements are taken between the center tread blocks and the outermost blocks. The depth between the two center rows is about 1/32" greater. When new, I read 14/32" at all three areas.You realize the outer "base" is a little higher than the center, right? So it will naturally give you a lower reading on the outside tread.
I've used brake clean to remove grease out of upholstery with success as well.