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This is a discussion on tire question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; ok i was doing my weekly check up on all my fluids and what not, when i noticed that my ...

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    ok i was doing my weekly check up on all my fluids and what not, when i noticed that my front tires are worn on the inside. i have to replace them and i also took a look at the rear similar tire ware to the inside, and probly need to change those as well. ok now my question is if the inside ware on the tires is common on wrx's my friend has the same problem.
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    if you didn't mess around with the suspension your tires should wear normally (even). It looks like you have bad alignment or the car was dropped or raised back to stock without proper alignment change.
    But i'm no mechanic so don't quote me on that.
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    well i talked to a friend that works for discount tires and told me my wear was probly from hi speed cornering. and well lets face it you cant have AWD and not want to see what it can do ...agian and agian so well i guess this is the price i have to pay for my fun

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