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      11-07-2015, 01:14 PM   #1
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Tire wear more on one side than the other

As the title indicates, I seem to be having an issue with my rear tires.
Right goes pretty quick and left is still pretty decent.

Tried looking for similar scenarios but no luck...unless I suck at

Any ideas?

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if your running a staggered setup that is what happens.
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Think you need to check your alignment, feel sure your toe is out of adjustment. With too much rear toe in you probably wouldn't notice much driving but you are grinding the tire
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if your running a staggered setup that is what happens.
Same size all around.
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Think you need to check your alignment, feel sure your toe is out of adjustment. With too much rear toe in you probably wouldn't notice much driving but you are grinding the tire
down.
Replaced rears and aligned. For some reason with full adjustment it just wouldn't get to where it's needed. I'll have to wait a few months to see how it's wasting the tires. What else could it be?
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You have too much toe out in the rear and probably more on that one side. You want to have toe in on the rear. Im assuming the car is lowered too.

Get a new 4 corner alignment with stock toe settings on the rear and two new tires
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You have too much toe out in the rear and probably more on that one side. You want to have toe in on the rear. Im assuming the car is lowered too.

Get a new 4 corner alignment with stock toe settings on the rear and two new tires
I think this may be why. Broken Spring?
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I don't see a broken spring. But if it is broken, yes, the added negative camber on that side will change the toe setting and wear the inside more.
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I don't see a broken spring. But if it is broken, yes, the added negative camber on that side will change the toe setting and wear the inside more.
Check out the left one vs the right one on the top pics. I didn't notice it but when you look at em next to each other one is like this | and the other is slightly \.
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Check out the left one vs the right one on the top pics. I didn't notice it but when you look at em next to each other one is like this | and the other is slightly \.
lol.
only way to know for sure is to pull them out. Could be the source of your issue. New springs plus an alignment could cure it if that the spring is actually broken.
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