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Old 07-18-2008, 01:53 PM   #1
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So I believe that the extreme wear out on my front tires is caused by positive camber. the outsides of my front 35x12.50R20 MT are worn more than the insides. I am sure the lack of rotation during oil changes may have an impact as well but I dont think my alignment is the problem. Is there anyway or how do you set your tires at zero camber and if doing this will the result be in normal wear to the tires?
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just get an alignment. look in the yellowpages for an actual Alignment shop, not the douchebandit tire shops.
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