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Old 01-20-2018, 07:43 PM
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2015 wrangler unlimited wheel tilt

Hey guys first time poster here and not sure if this was the right section to post this issue im having. Im looking at a 2015 jeep wrangler unlimited. It has a lift and tires and wheels put on by the dealer. its very clean and drives nice and brakes well. I'm concerned because as you look at the jeep from the front. both front wheels appear to tilt out a bit at the bottom equally. there are several other jeep wrangler unlimiteds on their lot which they installed lifts and wheels and tires as well but none of the others have this cant or tilt to the front wheels. What is with this? Is this an issue? It seems that it would wear the front tires on the inside. Service manager said there is nothing ya can do its the way this model is. Why dont the other jeeps have this appearance. I need some sound advice before I proceed further on this jeep...

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it's normal but if you want to be sure take it to an alignment shop and have them give you the numbers. unless the axle is bent it is what it is.

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Thanks for the reply. would you know why the other jeeps do not have this wheel tilt?
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I think the bigger the tires are the more they appear to be canted.

Again if at all worried pay a few dollars and put it on an alignment rack and they will let you know if it is in spec.
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