Sunday, December 18, 2011 - 09:38 pm, by: Lachie Bryce(Caboose)
I've just had to take off another tyre which has full tread on 90% of the tyre the inside is chopped up to the metal with little km's.
I've had countless allignments and camber adjustments on it to flatten the wheel (as I highway drive heaps) but it keeps cutting my wheels something shocking. What could some problems be cos it has to be more than camber and allignment. It's very expensive and frustrating going through many tyres with so much meat on them
Dan McColl Goo Roo Victoria (The Nazi State) Pretty Red Thing and The Black Rattler
Monday, December 19, 2011 - 12:32 am, by: Aaron Casey(Blownminiturbo)
chance it can be your bushes, rack bushes, ball joints, wheel bearing? check ride height too incase you have a sagged strut top or spring. hasnt had accident damage? could have a bent arm?
also too i doubt countless people are bad at a wheel alignment, a problem can be the machine they use could need calibration, the machine may have incorrect specs, is your car lowered? they may do the specs to standard height which will be way out with suspension movement if your car is lowered. so check the front, and the rear bushes and arms and heights etc.
Thursday, December 29, 2011 - 12:55 am, by: Phil Gibson(Sciflyer)
its not camber causing the inside edge chewing out, its toe - in your case, too much toe out
A common culprit for this is a worn steering rack and/or tie rod ends and/or ball joints - the slop in these areas makes it difficult for anyone to adjust toe with any precision, hence why people say they've had alignments done more than once and it didnt fix the problem