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My front tires ON 2002 lancer DE wore out unevenly with less than

The car has less than 32,000 over 6 yrs of usage and I have had to replace my tires due to uneven wear. The original tirers were Bridgestone radial when I could not get those to replace worn out tire I bought another brand.
The last time I had to get one I got 2 new tire and had them installed in the front. One of those only lasted about 18 months. I had to replace this one since it was actually shredding.
When I went to replace this tire alingment was recommeded to prevent uneven wear.

The mechanics insisted 2 parts had to be installed in order to align the tires and prevent the uneven wear. Please let me know if Mitsubisshi sells autos without this part or if this part was unnecessary.

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    What was the part(s) they said had to be replaced/installed?

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No and No. These parts are on them all and are absolutely Necessary for the Front end to stay alligned. This car will continue to Eat Tires until you replace these parts and get an allignment.

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