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This is a discussion on Winter Tires Destroyed in 1 Season?! within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; All, sorry for abandoning this post, havent had internet at the house, and using the web on my iphone is ...

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    All, sorry for abandoning this post, havent had internet at the house, and using the web on my iphone is a pain. Anyhow, I got an alignment at the dealership (again) and the data sheet says that, for the most part, my car WAS in alignment. To answer the question of "did I use the tires over 50 Degrees", Yes I did, for about 3000 miles. However, my summer tires are starting to show the same sort of wear. The left rear tire looks like it has a LOT of camber, when viewing it from the front or back, but the specs say different.

    Overall the car seems to drift all over the road, handles like dirt in the corners and every time I hit any sort of imperfection the steering wheel wants to go in another direction...

    The dealership doesn't really seem interested in working with me on this, they have been draggin their feet the entire way. Just barely finished dealing with the IC to TB pipe, what a mess. Anyhow, hopefully someone will have some insight for me?

    Much Thanks,
    Chris

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