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Front tires worn on outsides alost over a quarter way towards inside center of tire

(1999 Ford Mustang)
in Craigsville, WV on August 11, 2010
could this be caused by high speed cornering.car steers straight and responsive steering.doesnt roadwalk or anything.some say a tie rods could be bad.or because under hard cornering the tires lean from body roll.should i instal a strut bar brace to see if this helps.its a stock v6 mustang so no doubt its suspension is lacking compared to a gt.
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on August 11, 2010
i would have my alignment checked first. may be that simple without all the extras.

Roy
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