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Tire ware in side driver

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Have you tried having it aligned?

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SOURCE: left rear tire caulked to one side,wasting tire on left side.

check wheel alignment,camber

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sounds as if you brake wheel cylinder is leaking. remove tire/wheel. remove brake drum and inspect

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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SOURCE: rear tire ware on the in side.

Take your car to an alignment specialist...something has worn out or come loose causing excessive negative camber. A real quick and dirty way to check and see if its safe to continue driveing is to grab the wheel/tire and pull/push it. If it feels loose or makes noise, think seriously about having it towed to the repair shop.

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SOURCE: 1977 chiv blizer tire ware

this is most likely a wheel alignment problem, you will need to take the vehicle to a place where they do wheel alignments to have it done.....hope this helps......cheers.

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I have rubbing on the inside of my drivers side front tire, the passenger tire is fine. normally i would think this was an alignment issue but only the one tire i have a problem with. The ware is on the...


What you describe is most often caused by a bad tie-rod end, which is part of your steering. This causes the clunking that you feel when you turn, and the tire wear.
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It is important to get a bad tie rod end replaced as soon as possible because it can separate and cause you to lose control of your car when the wheel will suddenly turn either in or out, depending on which way you are steering when it fails. After a tie rod end is replaced, your car will need an alignment to set the adjustment correctly. If you are changing it yourself, mark how far the old one is threaded in so your alignment will be fairly close to where it was.
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badly need a tire alignment. plain and simple, need tools and equipment to do that at cheapest will run over a grand. Alignment should cost under 100.

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