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99 ford taurus rear tires wearing onthe inside.how do i fix

Used car, rear tires are wearing on the inside. had ball joints, sway bars & ty rods replaced in front. 4 wheel alignment, 4 new tires. less than 3000 miles my rear tires were down to steel on inside. (right side a little worse tham left) took car back & was told i needed new loaded struts. had them changed elswhere put 2 new tires on & they are still wearing on the inside. was present during inspection and shown & told all bushings & everything else looked fine.

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It sound like the Camber is off in the rear. Did you have an alignment done after the new struts wear installed?

Posted on Jan 03, 2013

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  • don1212
    don1212 Jan 03, 2013

    no i havent, is it ness.? was told there was no adjustments to be made.

  • rireland296
    rireland296 Jan 03, 2013

    Their is adj in the rear. The lateral arms in the rear. Have a bolt where they attach to the frame have cam on the to adj camber.hope this helps

  • don1212
    don1212 Jan 03, 2013

    Thank you. I'll give it a look.

  • rireland296
    rireland296 Jan 03, 2013

    They also make rear camber bolt kits for your taurus.

  • don1212
    don1212 Jan 03, 2013

    t.y.

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