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So i have some weird wear on my front tires. DS wears only on outside edge, PS on inside edge. car pulls to the right when driving. Any ideas on where to start?





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Alignment

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Hoping that's the only thing it needs. Best place to go?

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Don foshays in Brunswick and ask for the subaruguru

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^I've had good luck at foshays as well

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You'll probly need tires, too. Once they start wearing weird, thet's how they continue to wear, even after alignment is corrected. Maybe the tire shop can rotate the worn ones to minimize the issue, but still. If the tires are done, they're done.


!!! L3-/jump into straight @ T into beaver bog





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