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    Has anyone else had problems with there wheels wearing on the inside at the front?

    I have set of 18" 225/40's and they are wearing fast on the inside.
    Have checked the angle and all is Ok. I think they might be rubbing on the strut.

    Forgot to say about the wear problem


    The car is lowered by 30mm
     
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    Firstly if the wheels are worn on the inside edge, they are towing out, not in! Secondly, have you had the tracking checked using callibrated track gauges??? you wont see it by eye.
    Thirdly, if it IS rubbing on the strut i would sudgest the use of spacers (maybe lol)
     
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