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06-09-2013 05:34 PM
wranglerbrother
Uneven wearing...

Hey guys, I got one for you. My jeep is a 1990 yj, 4inch rc lift, 33x10.5 bfg mud terrain km2s. My question was, why do my rear tires both wear unevenly, much favoring the inside of the tires, ( the insides of the tires are wearing way faster), and the front two tires are wearing perfectly. I checked the tire pressure.. they are both about 28 psi or so, so i dont think its a tire pressure issue. Usually these things occur in the front due to front end allignment issues but i dont ever see it happen to the back two tires.. Any help or suggestions please?

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