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2004 F-I50 WEARING THE INSIDE OF FRONT TIRES. i noticed and rotated my tires,not the front are doing the same thing but not as fast.

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By inside of the tire do you mean inside of tread? If so this is an alignment problem, either toe-in or camber; if you mean sidewall- the tires are rubbing on suspension or fender well and need to be a smaller size or off-set of wheels needs to be corrected ( I don't recomend wheel spacers)... get back to me if this doesn't help you...

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