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Old 09-25-2007, 04:47 PM   #43
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Old 09-26-2007, 04:12 AM   #44
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In keeping with the Michelin issues(slighly off subject) we have a right front tire wearing on both outside edges(left front is ok). Tire pressure is per weight/specs, etc. Have talked with others who have had the same problem and they were told by Michelin-"it is normal". We were sitting next to a coach with the same tires we had and I looked and saw his left front was doing the same thing! We have slight front end vibration but don't think it is related. Any others with experience on this?

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Old 09-26-2007, 08:45 AM   #45
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My tire wear was outside edge of right front and wear on inside eddge of left front with a slight vibration mostly felt at 52-55 mph. Had front end aligned and tires rotated...still had the problem. I then had an alignment of all locations, front , duals, tag and it was found that right rear duals were out about 3/8 inch causing the coach to push and wear as noted. I did not have tires rotated, but keeping an eye on the tires I think the problem is resolved. Newmar does the final alignment after construction according to Spartan.

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