-Bought two new tires off tire rack to replace my worn rear tires. Had them shipped to local tire shop. (nobody in city could get these tires.., but I could order them off the internet on my phone in under 5 minutes.. wth?).
-Had them installed at the tire shop.
-They seemed fine around town.
-Started a long interstate commute again this week- and on high speed corners the back end was very loose.
-Checked my wheels and suspension for anything loose since it felt like something was going wrong.
-Decided to check tire pressures at gas station next to office (cold tires).
The door says 32 psi for both front and rear (fronts are 32 psi fwiw, but did not think those post pic worthy).
You think 32 psi front with 45 psi rears would affect the handling?
And honestly- this is fairly common. A coworker had new tires installed at new car dealer and then went on highway trip, had blowout four hours into trip and discovered the three new tires left were all at 50 to 55 psi.
So check your pressures. Do not trust anybody else.
(and I know the stick gauge is crap, but I had to buy one at the gas station as my good one seems to have disappeared from the trunk....)