should front tires wear differently because of front wheel drive on 1998 Toyota Camry

my front tires are wearing differently more the passenger side verses driver side. I was told it was because the front wheel drive is powered on the passenger side. sounds like b.s. to me

by in Jensen Beach, FL on March 04, 2014
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3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , March 04, 2014
More likely an alignment problem, lack of rotating the tires or both.
COMMENT by , March 04, 2014
but the alignment was completed 6 mnths ago with the rotation of tires. the shop told me it was because of the front wheel drive is powered on the front passenger side, i dont believe him
ANSWER by , March 04, 2014
What TYPE of 'wear pattern' are you getting? Just inner or outer edge , both inner AND outer edge , center wears prematurely , 'cupping' on inner or outer edge? Are the tires the OEM size and type as recommended on door label?
ANSWER by , March 04, 2014
Your main drive wheel is the right front. If you are heavy on the foot, you will wear the right front tire out significantly quicker than the left front.