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Keep getting uneven wear on rear tire for 2004 lincoln ls

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If the wear is on the inside of the tread ---wheel bearings , failed suspension bush,arm
if it is on the outside of the tire tread ,-- bent lower control arm
if it is patchy around the tire ---failed shocky
it is appears as if the tread is feathered towards one side of the tread--- wheel alignment
Tack it to an accredited suspension specialist shop for a proper examination and a rear wheel alignment

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