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Old 04-12-2014, 12:43 PM   #1
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Tire Wear

I was inspecting my tow dolly yesterday, getting ready for the upcoming move to Arkansas. I noticed both tires are wearing more in the outside than anywhere else. I checked the air pressure and both were down, but it has been sitting for 8 months, so expected that. I aired them both up to recommended pressure before the last trip. Not to the point I am getting worried about them. But am trying to figure what causes it. Checked the internet and almost every answer was axles out of align. How is the world would a person check the alignment on a tow dolly. I am wondering if it's just the cheap tires I bought. Any ideas?

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Sounds like too much toe-in, not tires. Alignment needed. If it is worn too thin you risk a blowout. Calling alignment shops nearby is what I suggest.
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