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    Uneven wear of my front tires.

    My front tires are wearing on the inside faster than the rest of the tire. my tires have on 11k miles on them. is anyone else seeing a similar issue? I just had the 10K inspection done and according to the dealer everything was normal.

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    Wear on the edges is a camber issue. If the tires have a sharp feel when moving your hand across them, that is a toe end issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PedroG View Post
    My front tires are wearing on the inside faster than the rest of the tire. my tires have on 11k miles on them. is anyone else seeing a similar issue? I just had the 10K inspection done and according to the dealer everything was normal.
    The GT350/Rs run a pretty aggressive camber from the factory that is going to wear the tires faster on the street, as it is a track setup. Below is an excerpt directly from the owner's supplement with the stock suspension settings. The first number is the 350 and the second is the R.

    Front GT350 GT350R
    Front camber -1.50° -1.75°
    Front caster 6.83° 6.92°
    Front toe - total -0.10° (out) 0.06° (in)

    Rear GT350 GT350R
    Rear camber -1.00° -1.25°
    Rear toe - total 0.30° (in) 0.30° (in)

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    Thanks for the input, I’ll be taking the car to the alignment shop

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    Quote Originally Posted by PedroG View Post
    Thanks for the input, I’ll be taking the car to the alignment shop
    Uneven wear is pretty common on high performance cars. My buddy has a vette that does the same thing. Camaros do it too. It's nothing to be worried about as it is normal, but you just gotta keep an eye on it so you know when it's time for new tires.

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