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Pride Pursuit XL...I have had 3 sets of front tires go bald.

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On this cart the measurements should be almost exactly the same.
Measure carefully as the measurement needs to be exact.
If the measurements are not the same,adjust one or both tierods to make the distance between the front and rear of the front wheels the same.
TIP:AVOID sharp turns on pavement which will also accelerate tire wear.

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Try slowing down. Drive at posted speeds and check your tire pressures.

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