Question about 2006 Chrysler SRT
Just bought a '06 magnum srt8, 30Kmiles, both front tires (oem) are showing severe wear on outer shoulder. alignment is within spec. but it looks as though camber needs to be adjusted. factory calls for 0 and camber is not adjustable on this car. many people on magnum forums are complaining of similar problems. car tracks straight and tread shows no sign of incorrect toe-in. what to do other than buy aftermarket upper control arms which have adjustable camber as well as castor?
Well even though the toe is recommended to be straight ahead can toe it out a 1/16th of an inch and that will help with tire wear on the outer edges and even if vehicle is in good alignment you should rotate your tires front to back and back to front every 5,000-7,500 miles that helps them wear longer to.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
Your situation is not not abnormal. Since you can't rotate due to different sizes front & rear & they are high performance "Y" speed rated tires 30K is really pretty good
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