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#1102041 - 09/09/16 02:23 AM What can cause inside of rear tires to wear fast?  
wilde  Offline

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2001 Montero XLS (full size, about 165,000 miles). Rear tires wearing faster on inside. About the first 2", and it is very noticeable now. Can this cause be anything other than alignment problems? I heard it could be the "camber" adjustment. I'm not sure how it would be thrown out of wack though. It seems the driverside - rear is a little worse, but I'm not sure..left and right are pretty close. Can this be adjusted at home, like DIY style? I think I see it sagging a little (as if its sagging in middle) when I look at it from behind...


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#1102042 - 09/09/16 10:03 AM Re: What can cause inside of rear tires to wear fast? [Re: wilde]  
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I believe your vehicle has independent front and rear suspension. A quick look tells me there can be toe in/out issues with the rear wheels. Better have it checked at an alignment center.


#1102046 - 09/10/16 02:32 PM Re: What can cause inside of rear tires to wear fast? [Re: wilde]  
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Exactly ^^^^^ Check it out in the FSM for you vehicle at mitsubishilinks.com


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