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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-14-2009, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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Tire Wear

I am new here and wondering if someone could help me? My Front tire are wearing on the inside. I an wanting to get new tires but would like to fix this before if get the new tires. Thanks for any help.
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If your springs are really woar out get a set of helper springs form summit racing. I put them on mine went a week before taking it to the alignment shop and when the checked it. They said that is perfect on everything he was really surprised.

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Alignment.....that funny i have the oppisite problem my rear tires are always getting worn down


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Alignment.....that funny i have the oppisite problem my rear tires are always getting worn down
Haha yea thats what happened when my old ones got low

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The camber is off due to sagging front springs.
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Alignment.....that funny i have the oppisite problem my rear tires are always getting worn down
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So do i need to get new springs and where do i get them. And Thanks For the help
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May or may not need springs. If is not too bad just get it aligned at shop that will replace the bushings as needed. Your ball joints might also be worn.
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I had got my springs from summit racing and ordered them. But like said above if not to bad get it aligned and check the ball joints and wheel bearings for being loose

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