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What Causes Tires To Wear On Inside Edge?

What causes tires to wear on inside edge? The inside edge of the tire has abnormal or unusual tire wear on the inside edge. If there is an abnormal tire wear on inside edge of the tire it means that there is a problem of wheel alignment, specifically the tilting of the wheel.

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Wheel alignment means the straightness of wheels relative to the cars frame. Tilting of a wheel is called camber and it’s either being positive camber, negative camber, or no camber. Positive camber is when the wheel is tilted outward or away from the car’s frame while the negative camber is when the wheel is tilted inward or towards the cars frame, and no camber is when the wheel is not tilted. If the tire is abnormally wear on the inside edge it means that the tire is too much tilted inward or towards the car’s frame.

Possible cause of tire wear on inside edge

Negative camber wheel alignment problem

How to fix abnormal tire wear on inside edge

Bring the car to a reputable car repair shops that do a wheel alignment job, a mechanic may sometime tell you to replace one or more of the front end parts, if this happens do not agree at once but rather seek a second opinion from another shop before agreeing with the replacements, this should fixed the abnormal tire wear on inside edge.

5 comments:

  1. just curious to know how often a driver is required to change his engine oil??

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  2. Hi wow,

    Changing engine oil depends on the severity of usage of your vehicle, usually it is recommended to change your engine oil every 6 months or 5,000 km (whichever comes first) for diesel engine and once a year or 10,000 km (whichever comes first) for gasoline engine.

    Thanks for dropping by.

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  3. I have tire wear (down to threads) on the inside of both of my front tires, I also have a huge shimmy when going 65mph or higher. What would cause this??

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  4. Wear inside is caused by worn ball-joints. Paying $100 for an alignment and then checking parts, uhuh, nono ! Check parts first by shaking tire top to bottom for worn ball joints.Shake left to right for worn tie-rods

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