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Sounds like you may have tapped or hit a curb. Need to get the front end aligned price will vary by state but look to spend $69.00 to $100 for car and small trucks an up to $200 for large trucks and SUVs
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You most likely have an alignment problem. If BOTH FRONT TIRES are worn the same ( inside edge worn ), that would indicate a TOE- OUT problem such as ( \ / ) . Picture those 2 lines as your front tires going down the road . Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
1. Tires were rotated not long ago, so they were in the front. Alignment problem.
2. Some vehicles do have rear adjustment for Alignments. Basically like the front, the rear end can be adjusted also. They call this a 4-wheel alignment. The alignments that are adjustable only in the front is called a thrust alignment.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
could be ball joint tie rods alignment lift it n check to see if the tire has any play wen u shoake it by grabbin both sides and just a small back n forth movement to see any unusual play. if your not good at this take it to an alignment guy n theyll check the suspension before they do anything
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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