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Old 01-27-2013, 06:50 AM
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Help!! Tires worn veryyyy unevenly

So my tires have worn so unevenly I'm not sure what's the issues. Granted I do have wheel spaces on because my tires would rub when I would turn very hard. They are 38x15.50r18. Can some help me out please


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I would have my alignment shop check my ball joints fords are tough on ball joints and can do some funny things when they where out if you need new ones use XRF ball joints since moog now sucks
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Sure your air pressures are right?
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also your air pressure may also be to high combined with bad ball joints and the truck being out of alignment
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Alright thanks guys for the good input
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Well the wear is consistent over the face of the tire, not cupping or feathering. With that, you don't generally see that happening from loose parts. It looks like a combination between too much air pressure and the camber being thrown out a little (probably because of your spacers). Been working in a tire shop for years now and that's the best estimate I can give you without physically seeing the truck
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