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Tire Wear Good Day; I have a 1997 Prelude and my back rear tire had a wear stop on the inside which ruin the tire.Would not having the spacer between th e hub and rim have anything to do with it?I have Motegi rims on the car and the tire size is 215/35ZR18.Any help would be appreicated. Thanks Igoddago

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Try looking up a camber kit for the car.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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Is the wear spot on the inside treads or on the inside tire wall? Since you put on new/larger rims I would say it is either improper tire inflation or your ball joints are either dying on you or they aren't setup right for that size tire/rim. Also, new rims can throw off your speedo as well.

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