I'm running a set of staggered run-flat
Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2's on my RWD. Fronts are 225/40//19, rears are 255/35/19.
I've been driving with the passenger rear tire much newer than the rest of the tires, thus notably more tread. This, however, hasn't produced any super noticeable traction issues.
However, my passenger front tire recently had to be replaced. So now, both passenger tires have notably more tread than the drivers side tires. This has caused a surprisingly unsafe feeling whenever I gun it from a slower speed. The car sways side to side, at times to the point where it almost feels like I'll lose control.
These run-flats are expensive. I almost got some
Michelin PS4S's but I like the idea of run-flats and as far as run-flats go, these are among the best. I don't want to buy a whole new set - do you think moving one of the new tires diagonal to the other new tire may help counter this? AKA, if I move the new passenger front tire to the front drivers side, so that it's diagonal with the newer rear passenger tire - might that help a bit?
It makes sense in my head but I really have no idea if it's a valid strategy. Obviously new tires would be ideal but at that point I think I'd just get a new set of PS4S.