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What is wearing the inside of the front tires?
1994 Honda Civic

What is wearing the inside of the front tires?

(1994 Honda Civic)
I put new tires all the way around my honda civic. The front tires are now showing really a lot of wear on the inside of both front tires, but it goes down the road straight with no pull...
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on October 09, 2019

Contact alignment shop for an appointment.
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on October 09, 2019

Contact alignment shop for an appointment.
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on October 09, 2019
To elaborate on Pushrod's thoughts, your wheel alignment is composed of 3 main angles - camber, caster and toe.

"Pulling" with a straight steering wheel is usually caused by caster being off from your right wheel to your left.

Tire wear can be caused by extreme camber angle issues, but much much more likely from toe that is off -- and this can happen even with no pulling.

A proper wheel alignment will resolve this issue, or will identify further faults that require correction.
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