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04-29-2004 09:30 PM #1
04-30-2004 08:10 PM #2
I've read that it could be one of 3
-underinflation/or mechanical irregularities such as out-of-balance condition of wheel and/or tire and bent or damaged wheel
-loose or worn steering tie-rod or steering idler arm
-loose, damaged or worn front suspension parts.
check em out. weird tire wear though eh.
05-05-2004 07:18 AM #3
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Cupping is usually caused by ..
faulty suspension but the fact that yours is on the outside of the tires is a bit wierd given that at least the back tires should be set to a slight negative camber.
Is it front or back (or all of them) that you have this problem with ?
Do you have any other issues ? shimmy , pulling, excessive tramlining , brake shudder, rough ride ?
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