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Yesterday rotated tires 2017 Versa 5sp. at 5.5 k miles, which was bought brand new. The thread for both rear tires was 8 mm (10/32nd), fronts were 6 mm (7.6/32nd) and 6.5 mm (8.2/32nd). Checking during this morning commute, the wheels balance after rotation feels even better (meaning that previously rear wheels, which now become front, have better balance then the previously front ones).
Do you do the X-cross method like I did? For example, move the front tires to the back, and move the back wheels to the front on the opposite side? It would be a good idea to get the tires rebalanced like I believe Cobb mentioned except if you rotated the tires yourself, no balance machine.