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Old 04-11-2013, 12:52 AM   #196601
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Old 04-11-2013, 01:34 AM   #196602
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:14 AM   #196612
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so umm...
i knew i had some uneven wearing/feathering on my tires
just thought it's because i have one bent wheel in the front so i need an alignment
today at tommy's, i had my wheel turned more and noticed this ... O_O

the tire is getting CHEWED UP on the inside real bad
same story on both front tires
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tommy thinks the tire is rubbing against the spring
but wtf... how does that happen? i have the full zhp setup with OEM sport spring and zhp wheels at stock offset and stock size tires
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:19 AM   #196613
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so umm...
i knew i had some uneven wearing/feathering on my tires
just thought it's because i have one bent wheel in the front so i need an alignment
today at tommy's, i had my wheel turned more and noticed this ... O_O

the tire is getting CHEWED UP on the inside real bad
same story on both front tires
rears are fine

tommy thinks the tire is rubbing against the spring
but wtf... how does that happen? i have the full zhp setup with OEM sport spring and zhp wheels at stock offset and stock size tires
That angle sucks cant see sh1t! Where the tires getting eaten up hits the bottom of the strut base plate it ligns up exzactly where it eating up .
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:20 AM   #196614
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it looks like it's happening on both the inside and outside so i doubt it's the spring. looks like it was under-inflated for awhile. is the other side like that too?
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:23 AM   #196616
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it looks like it's happening on both the inside and outside so i doubt it's the spring. looks like it was under-inflated for awhile. is the other side like that too?
both side samo... and its eaitng it up badly
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either that, or you have some retreaded tires, and it's about to come off lol
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:25 AM   #196618
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actually theres part of the tires are getting eaten up with big chunk of rubbers. It really looks like its rubbing on the bottom of the strut base.
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i knew i had some uneven wearing/feathering on my tires
just thought it's because i have one bent wheel in the front so i need an alignment today at tommy's, i had my wheel turned more and noticed this ... O_O

the tire is getting CHEWED UP on the inside real bad
same story on both front tires
rears are fine

tommy thinks the tire is rubbing against the spring
but wtf... how does that happen? i have the full zhp setup with OEM sport spring and zhp wheels at stock offset and stock size tires
don't think it's the strut since it's on the outside too

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either that, or you have some retreaded tires, and it's about to come off lol
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