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      10-23-2012, 12:04 AM   #1
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Inner Tire Wear

Just looked at my rear tires and i noticed that they are wearing from inside... Yes im lowed on kw v3... Im guessing just add adjustable control arms and i'd be good, after an alignment. Im just double checking
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inside of the tires wearing... sounds like too much camber, simple alignment will fix this
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Did you get an alignment when you installed the Coilovers?
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Did you get an alignment when you installed the Coilovers?
yes i did, that least the shop i took it to said they did and charged me for it.....
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I would bring it to another shop have it aligned and tell them to give you a print out so You can see that it was done correctly
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I would bring it to another shop have it aligned and tell them to give you a print out so You can see that it was done correctly
I recommend doing this.
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I have the same problem, but I am under factory waranty is a front end alinement covered.
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I have the same problem, but I am under factory waranty is a front end alinement covered.
Alignment isn't cover under factory warranty/maintenance.
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