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8 hours ago, Trevor Catt said:

This video does not play for me.....anyone else?

I had a friend test it and it worked fine. I also went into "incognito" mode with my Chrome browser and was able to watch it as a guest (not logged-in). What browser are you using and what type of computer/device (Windows, Apple, Andriod, iPhone/iPad, Chromebook?)

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I take our cars to Discount Tire, sit back, have a cup of coffee and relax while the rotation is done for free.

I have rotated tires, over the years but not anymore. If you're not getting underneath the car, you don't need the jack stands if the vehicle is on level ground.

By the way, the video opened perfectly for me. I have Windows 10 and Edge (the fastest browser of the bunch).

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