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Hi folks - seen a lot of positive comments on the Michelin Pilot Sport PS2's.
While I'm nowhere near needing a new set of tires yet, I have picked up a spare wheel from a local classified ad.

Those of you who have the PS2's - are the non-directional? I do see an outside/inside listed on the tirerack's page here
But can't really see if there's a Rotation arrow anywhere on there, and it doesn't seem to say anything to that effect on the description page.

Any help would be much appreciated.
Thank you!
-Darryl
 

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Hi folks - seen a lot of positive comments on the Michelin Pilot Sport PS2's.
While I'm nowhere near needing a new set of tires yet, I have picked up a spare wheel from a local classified ad.

Those of you who have the PS2's - are the non-directional? I do see an outside/inside listed on the tirerack's page here
But can't really see if there's a Rotation arrow anywhere on there, and it doesn't seem to say anything to that effect on the description page.

Any help would be much appreciated.
Thank you!
-Darryl
They are non directional. As far as directional tires, that is primarily for wet driving, in the dry there is no real difference; so they can be mounted "backwards" if you want to use one for a spare.
Regards,
Jerry
 
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