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You have "bold" tires? Do you mean "bald" tires?
If so, then replace the tires.

You have "weagle" at fast speeds on the freeway? Do you mean "wobble" or "wiggle" ?
If so, then take your vehicle into the shop, for a front-end alignment, and a safety inspection,
in the possibility that some of the steering mechanism is loose or broken or misaligned.

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1. What brand and model of tire was fitted?

2. Please describe the wear pattern on the front tires in more detail. For example is the excessive tread wear.....
A. Right across the face of the tread on each tire or
B. On the outside edges of the tread on each tire or
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B is normally caused by incorrect toe setting - toe in
C is also normally caused by incorrect toe setting - toe out
D is normally caused by tire pressure set way too low.

Faulty steering and suspension components can also cause abnormal tire wear for any component that affects the wheel alignment settings.
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