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Old 03-16-2010, 07:37 PM   #1
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Default what would cause my back tire to wear on the inside?

i just got a allignment and replaced my struts and its still doing it.. im guesssing a bad trailing arm bushing?
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the alignment guy should be able to tell you why
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sounds like camber wear.. what type of suspension you runnin?
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sounds like camber wear.. what type of suspension you runnin?
irrelevant. only thing that can cause this is bent parts, or bad alignment. camber is not a major tire killer, toe is.
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is it even possible to adjust toe on 92-00 rear suspension? sounds like bent parts
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yeah but you should get even wear with a good toe alignment
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Default Re: what would cause my back tire to wear on the inside?

yes it can be aligned, the dillweed alignment guy probably didnt notice the toe ends right in front of the gas tank under the back seat area of the car. also check for bent parts like they said. and if you are rollin slammed, im not even gonna answer why its happenin
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nah its not slammed just on tein stechs. what could be bent in the back??
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irrelevant. only thing that can cause this is bent parts, or bad alignment. camber is not a major tire killer, toe is.
well he really didnt give to much info thats why i kinda went with that.. cuz i used to have the same problem with my hatch.. but as far as the bent part goes some of the more experienced dudes should know
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camber takes a long time to show tire wear. Its toe that ****s **** up
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camber takes a long time to show tire wear. Its toe that ****s **** up
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Default Re: what would cause my back tire to wear on the inside?

camber would be the camber arm that bolts to the inside of the wheel wheel. as far as toe goes, it could be a really jacked up lca or a slightly bent trailing arm. and even like i said before, the toe arm is a high thought suspect
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