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Old 03-18-2020, 11:56 PM #1
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Alignment issue or bad tire?

I recently got an alignment and I'm having a hard time believing it was even worth it.

I was originally noticing some bad wear/possible feathering on my front driver at 2k miles. Falken Wildpeaks.

According to this printout, the only thing out of spec was my front passenger and my front driver was within spec. I also don't understand how 0.01 degrees on the right is worse than the left. I know I should have asked them before I left. I was in a rush and had to leave.

Do I have a bad tire or was my alignment causing the issue?




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.01 is right on the edge of being out of spec so it is possible.

They got it more in the middle so I'd just keep an eye out for it now.
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to me that wear looks normal for falken tires, they seem to round off easier.
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You're in Northern Virginia. When I lived there I had increased wear on the fronts due to all the on and off ramps and suburban driving. You said, "front driver" in your post, is this a T4R or a different vehicle?

Either way, your solution will be to rotate frequently, I'd go not more than 4 or 5000 between rotations....and this is not only my advice but the advice from my tire shop when I went in with the same issues and my alignment was right on.
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