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Wearing inside of front tyre

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Just wondering if u can help me?
My 97 trooper is wearing the inside of my front right tyre, its very bad and the tracking is ok,
Ive heard of a shim pack that can be fitted to alter the KPI angle.
Is this so?

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If it is just the rt front then you have a camber problem on this side.it can be shimmed if nothing is bent or worn. should be able to trake it to a alignment shop and they can shim while aligning

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Hello there:
The only possibility is that you need a camber adjustment. If that were the case, the tires would be wearing more on the inside edges. If they're not, either ease up on the gas a little bit, or just put $2 a week in a piggy bank for your next set of rear tires, and don't worry about it. the tires that come with this car are made of a relatively soft compound. The softer the rubber, the goo-ier the tires, and the more the car "sticks" to the road. That's one of the reasons you can drive down circular parking garage ramps at 65 mph in this car. The downside of softer tires is that they wear out faster. So it may be a combination of your driving and the type of tires you have.


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