hey looking for some help. have an 02 mk4 5door 1.6 astra and needed new tyres due to puncture, dont have any alloys (yet), so its just standard VX wheel size. so got a brank new Dunlop tyre for the damaged one. and since front tread was going down decided to swap the front two tyres with the backs. so at the moment there is now two brand new tyres on the front ( a continental and a Dunlop) and on back 2 standard budget tyres.
The tyre garage said even though the front tyres are differnt makes as it should be on as the treat type is the same 'H' layout. But every since the new tyres been put on the car veers to the right when the steering wheel is put in the straight (normal) position. So am having to tilt steering wheel left a bit to avoid moving right. Does anyone have any ideas what problem could be?
Car has alread been back and the wheels have been balanced, and tracking has been done. Also wheels on front have have been swapped left to right to try and remedy. Have let it done 300miles to see if they would wear in but it still veers right. its very annoying (esp on motorway) just wondering if anyone could help before I take it back to tyre centre again.