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CASTER RANGE DEGREE 2 1/2 P 3 1/2 P - PREFERRED SETTING 3P -CAMBER RANGE 5/16N - 11/16P- PREFERRED SETTING 3/16P - STEERING AXIS INCLINATION DEGREE - TOE IN INCH O STEERING AXIS INCLINATION DEGREE 12 13/16P.

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What does it mean when your front wheels are not parallel? Driver side points straight forward and the front left points a little to the right.


It means that your front end is out of alignment. The front wheels should be adjusted so that both point slightly inwards at the front of the car when the steering wheel is straight. This is referred to as "toe-in." The reason why cars and trucks are aligned with toe-in is because the wheels go to a straight position when traveling on a highway due to the road resistance pushing the tires back. What you have is a "toe-out" condition which will cause the tires to wear faster at the side adjacent to the back of the wheels. Have your car aligned to avoid such uneven wear.

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Do I need to the do the wheel alignment after wheel balancing or the other way around?


They are really separate issues, but in my opinion I would do it just as you did, the balancing after the alignment. The alignment adjusts the wheel assembly to assure the tires wear evenly from side to side, and eliminates wheel scrub (toe in or toe out) along the inside or outside of your tires. The wheel balancing makes the tire rotate evenly to eliminate flat spots as it rotates so your tire wears evenly all around.

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Both rear tires are wore inside...Why,?...The tires are just new, a couple of months ago


Possibly have bad rear struts or other rear suspension wear or damage. Check the Toe In/Toe out are within specs.

Hope this helps, good luck

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Wear on the inside of front tires


Toe, I believe is tires pointed in or out like your toes. Caster, think about the casters on furniture that want to point straight in the direction of travel. Here is a good reference: http://www.aa1car.com/library/wheel_alignment.htm

What you are describing could be a toe in, toe out problem or it could be weak springs or overload condition.

If the guy/girl that told you there was no toe adjustment was a front end alignment mechanic, I would be inclined to believe them. If you have not spoken to a front end mechanic, you should.

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You need a front end alignment. That is what is meant by toed in....bad camber.

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How to align a 94 gmc sierra


Inner and outer ball joints?? If you mean tie rod ends u will need to set the toe in. Mesure the distance across the back of the tires and then across the front. The differance is ur toe in. Best take it to a wheel align shop and have it done properly it will save you a lot on tires.

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Your toe in part of your alignment is out it is toed in alittle to much if both tires are worn on the outside the toe in being out like that means the front stance of the front tires is narrower by more than it should be than the rear stance of the front tires it shouldn't be more than a 1/16 of an inch narrower anymore than that is to much.

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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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