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Have the kymco scooters adjustable tracking for the front tyres are scrubbing off.?

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: 2004 jeep grand cherokee overland, 2.7 CRD, half

Sounds like it is in 4 wheel drive mode.
If you have a switch to disconnect the 4 wheel drive it may not be working.
If the vehicle is full time 4 wheel drive or computer controlled 4 wheel drive you have most likely a locked in full 4 wheel drive mode situation.
Not good on dry pavement.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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Mike Butler

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SOURCE: both front tyres have excessive

I think a real good place to start would be to have a front end alignment, and struts and springs checked. Most alignment places will check front end all over before performing the alignment, to insure that it isn't worn parts causing the problem, as well as insuring that you aren't driving under dangerous conditions. Your problem could be as simple as a camber adjustment to correct negative camber.( tire is leaning inward at top, which causes tire at road surface to run on inside of tread.) Weak struts and springs are also a consideration, especially if still original on a 95' vehicle.
Here's a link that explains alignment pretty well to help you understand.
http://www.familycar.com/alignment.htm

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: my 2005 50cc kymco cobra racer scooter does not start

i have fire and new cdi ran find for 2 days but hard to start now it will not start

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

PRM Hayden

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SOURCE: pro rider scooter road king

The Problem was resolved by Pro Rider under warranty including 2 new front wheels. The scooter is now running better than ever!

Posted on Aug 27, 2011

Kenny Reid

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SOURCE: Front tyres are scrubbing on the inside, new set

Think you tracking ie out

Posted on Nov 19, 2011

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thanks for your reply/update the reason for front tyres wearing as you describe would suggest the steering tracking is wrong and for some reason ?the tyre wear on inner isindication the track is toeing out too much ? this fault could be ? simple adjustment req'd however dependand on make of tyres has to be considered when tracking as to whether they toe in or out or straight ahead ? also front wheel drive ? there could be other factors b4 tracking is adjusted such as steering joints wear ? or damage ? also suspension ? as i mentioned best to visit a good tyre depot and let them investigate while you wait and give you a reportas to fault normally free in uk if it is simply tracking req's re adjust then they can do it and charge for the adjusting not expensive and they may also recommend switching wheels from rear to front providing tread are good ? hope this helps best wishes

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