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Question about 2005 Focus

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Tire wear Rear tire wear has always been bad, even when new on my 2005 Ford Focus. Have gone through 10 total tires, always wearing out in rear first. Have had countless alignments, balancing, etc. ...


Tire wear in middle of both rear tires I got 2 new tires about 9 months ago and 2 more new tires about 6 months ago. I had an alignment done when i put the second set of tires on. I noticed first my ...


...tire wear in one direction (place hand over tire thread and run it forward direction, feeling for serrated sensation similar to a saw tooth) would relate to a worn shock absorber. Consistent wear on ...

Question about 1997 Jetta

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...end needs to be realign, the wear your getting is call toe wear, mean tire's are pointing out, and will wear tire's on inside edge, have it realign and that will take care of your tire wear

...wear- on one side of each tire- need front end alignment. wearing in center- over inflated tires. If they seem to wear evenly but quicker than they should, rotate with the rear so they all wear at ...

Question about 2006 Silverado 1500 2WD

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tire then the tires are under-inflated. Inflate to the proper psi. If the tires are wearing only on one side, ie, left side tires wear on the left side, right side tires wear on the right side or vice

...causing the tires to wear out of round. Recently ive noticed there is a slight shimmy to the drive. Dealer said the shocks seemed ok. What could be cause this type of tire wear.? Replace the

...tire wear ? The only way it will make a difference in tire wear is if you are constantly spinning the tires and wearing them prematurely. If you are just turning traction control off but not spinning ...

...tire defect...out of round, or belt seperation...the wear is also caused by alignment problems...get a free alignment check at your favorite Tire Barn...If you replace any tires, be sure to have the ...

...tire wear on inside & outside edges Under inflation. When the tire doesn't have enough air pressure, the center tends to be pushed up from the road. Thus causing outer wear on both sides. ...

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