The reason my car was pulling to the right after having brand new tires put on turned out to be a bad tire. They checked the alignment and it was spot on. Normally, since the tires are only on the car for two days they would replace the single bad tire but since the car spent all day yesterday flogging around Pocono Raceway at over 100 mpg, they've developed more wear than a two day old tire normally would. So, in light of that the tire dealer is ordering a pair of new tires instead of only one. Now my question is do the brand new ones go on the front or rear (front wheel drive car?). It is my understanding that anytime you replace only two tires they always go in the rear regardless of front or rear wheel drive. Any tire experts out there to confirm or dispute this for me? He (the manager at the shop) mentioned putting the new ones on front. His reasoning is they will wear faster in front and more quickly even out with the rears in terms of wear. Again, normally with two day old tires it shouldn't matter one bit but given the one very hard day of useage they would probably take 4-6 months of normal street use to wear as much as they did yesterday. Silver lining in all this? I know this local dealer is a class operation that does what they need to do to make things right and have customers walking away happy. Plus, I had my alignment checked for free .