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      01-26-2013, 04:25 AM   #45
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Op you suck at life... Sorry.

You probably drive like a jackass and wear out your tires that way. Lol At "lot burnout" so you do them but not too often huh?

I ''suck at life'', really? Another keyboard cowboy- typical. You sound like a classy person, you must really feel fulfilled in your life, since you have the time, and motivation to insult strangers that you don't personally know, under the ambiguity of an internet forum- in a circumstance where you were completely unprovoked. Your actions are tasteless, immature, and lacking in intellect, as well as cowardly. I can only speculate that this is a reflection of your poor character traits, and lack of integrity . From this I can conclude that you wouldn't say that to my face, because you are a small and weak person, congratulations!
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lol srsly?

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I ''suck at life'', really? Another keyboard cowboy- typical. You sound like a classy person, you must really feel fulfilled in your life, since you have the time, and motivation to insult strangers that you don't personally know, under the ambiguity of an internet forum- in a circumstance where you were completely unprovoked. Your actions are tasteless, immature, and lacking in intellect, as well as cowardly. I can only speculate that this is a reflection of your poor character traits, and lack of integrity . From this I can conclude that you wouldn't say that to my face, because you are a small and weak person, congratulations!
Dude seriously you take everything to heart who the fuck cares what people say or do in the forum. When it comes down to it you posted up this thread to find out about your tire wear, I could bet you, like I said earlier your specs are all out of wack. Did you even do alignment after droping the car, or do you even give a shit anymore
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I ''suck at life'', really? Another keyboard cowboy- typical. You sound like a classy person, you must really feel fulfilled in your life, since you have the time, and motivation to insult strangers that you don't personally know, under the ambiguity of an internet forum- in a circumstance where you were completely unprovoked. Your actions are tasteless, immature, and lacking in intellect, as well as cowardly. I can only speculate that this is a reflection of your poor character traits, and lack of integrity . From this I can conclude that you wouldn't say that to my face, because you are a small and weak person, congratulations!
Dude I'm a straight troll in real life so yes I'd say it to your baby face.
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HOLY SHIT three pages into the thread and we still don't know what brand of tires they are?!?!?!?
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OP.....get back to your tires and tell us where the wear is so some of us can try and help you.

I'm no tire expert but can understand the basics.

If your wear is even across the tire, then your either spinning those tires or possibly the tires are on backwards (not sure if that would cause them to wear down quicker...others might chime in).

Gut feeling is your rear tires are worn on the inside and as others are mentioning, you probably didn't get a proper alignment and your camel toe is probably off in the rear... search for NEGATIVE camber.

As with any forum, you will always get some type of response that is offensive/rude, I've learned just to ignore, nobody ends of winning and also learned to stay away from electronic communciation when drinking....that's dangerous.
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OP does your rear tires look like this???? I did my brakes a week ago and noticed this......decided to go for a 300 mile drive and bought some tires on the way back....LOL....scary stuff knowing I had been driving on wheels like this?
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HOLY SHIT three pages into the thread and we still don't know what brand of tires they are?!?!?!?
OP can't read that's why he can't provide the people of this community a name that's labeled on the tire.



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I did an alignment after the wheels and tires were installed but not after the st coilovers were.
Well there's your problem right there.

Had the same thing happen to me ages ago on an old Scirocco... sold my GTI, part of the deal was that I wanted to keep my H&R Sport springs and Konis. Swapped the suspension in front of the guy who bought the GTI's house, drove the car a little too long... meant to get an alignment but was busy, and the car actually drove fine. My front tires were trashed after a month. Even if it doesn't "feel" wrong, it probably is - changing ride height changes toe as well. (rears not an issue on a Vee-Dub as back then they used a twist-beam rear not a multi link.)

Check your fronts as well, you may be trashing them as well.
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OP does your rear tires look like this???? I did my brakes a week ago and noticed this......decided to go for a 300 mile drive and bought some tires on the way back....LOL....scary stuff knowing I had been driving on wheels like this?
That doesn't look too horribly uneven, Bimmers do tend to wear the inside of the rears slightly more than the outside, I don't like it but that is due to the alignment specs they use which are tailored more for handling than even tire wear. You were right to replace those tires, but they aren't that scary so long as you're not driving in rain or snow. I've seen enough pics of corded tires, now those are scary, you're not near that yet...
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LOL.....it snowed 5" when I was driving those 300 miles.....good thing the fronts had some meat on them with the AWD.



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That doesn't look too horribly uneven, Bimmers do tend to wear the inside of the rears slightly more than the outside, I don't like it but that is due to the alignment specs they use which are tailored more for handling than even tire wear. You were right to replace those tires, but they aren't that scary so long as you're not driving in rain or snow. I've seen enough pics of corded tires, now those are scary, you're not near that yet...
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Hahaha exactly!
lol what tires are they???/?????///
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Jesus H this retard STILL hasn't told us what tires he's running. What a f*ckin knob.
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talk about nooobs....sorry for the size of the tire i posted...wtf.....if it were porn, it would be worth the size.
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Moral of the story....The OP knows next to nothing about a car that he has spent thousands of dollars on. Let him keep wearing tires out...He will figure it out eventually.
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My bet is on a set of those crap Achilles ATR tires or some alike...
OP saying completely bald kind of eliminates uneven wear. Then again he might not have looked over the whole contact patch.
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OP does your rear tires look like this???? I did my brakes a week ago and noticed this......decided to go for a 300 mile drive and bought some tires on the way back....LOL....scary stuff knowing I had been driving on wheels like this?
is this from camber? seems excessive if the left looks fine but inside is toast. how would someone fix this? not replace w/ new tires, but how you would prevent this on your next set.
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OP does your rear tires look like this???? I did my brakes a week ago and noticed this......decided to go for a 300 mile drive and bought some tires on the way back....LOL....scary stuff knowing I had been driving on wheels like this?
is this from camber? seems excessive if the left looks fine but inside is toast. how would someone fix this? not replace w/ new tires, but how you would prevent this on your next set.
Just an FYI most people think camber kills tires which is not true actually its the toe that actually does that
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Camber can certainly unevenly wear certain portions of a tire, but not as fast as toe can...
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LOL.....it snowed 5" when I was driving those 300 miles.....good thing the fronts had some meat on them with the AWD.
OK, *that* frightens me. 'course I don't have AWD but still, I'd be a little concerned driving to the Safeway in snow on those tires!
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