Thanks I'm just ruling things out as I've got chunking on inner and outer edge on that side. Could be the tyre itself as Goodyear are known for it or could be some suspension componentsWhat makes you think the spring is the cause , if it is broken then ride height will be lower and the car will be pulling to that particular side.
Normally inner + outer tyre wear ,at the same time, is caused by under inflation.
Either way if you fancy a look , jack the car up so the suspension is at full extension and remove the wheel and have a butchers.
I think both, but more so on the inside. The MOT man asked me if I have a flint drive as the cuts looks so vicious.Was it both inner and outer edges?
Thanks for thisI think both, but more so on the inside. The MOT man asked me if I have a flint drive as the cuts looks so vicious.
Another tyre fitter said it was due to using runflats, he suggested higher pressures, in the end a check and adjust with a Hunter alignment put it all back to normal. The front wheels were miles out, the previous owner must have used the kerbs as guides.
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