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There is no reason why you shouldn't rearrange the wheels to their correct positions. But remember some tyres are uni-directional (designed to rotate one direction only) and can only be mounted in their correct rotational direction. Such tyres have a directional arrow stamped on the tyre wall. A uni-directional tyre mounted in the wrong direction will loose some of its road handling abilities especially in the wet and in some cases road noise will increase.
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