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alanpostman

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i have had my iq about 11 months now having bought it on a 59 plate, and have noticed that my nearside front tyre wearing thin and none of the others. Tyre pressures are ok the car does not pull and the stearing is fine. The tyre is wearing evenly across all the tread, so not a tracking fault. Has anyone else had the same problem.

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Nope Sorry...

Does it not have to do with "camber"?...

Does the steering wheel stand straight in 1/4 to 3...

How about having the alignment checked? Even in cooperation with mister T... so if you are wrong you pay, and if alignment is off... they pay?

Costs here about 60 to 80 euro's...

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Has the previous owner put a used tyre on ??

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Or possibly the Front Left was replaced at some point having been damaged and the right front was not.

george

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what are the measurements of all four tyres? inner middle and outer? N/S/F will always wear slightly quicker than the others

alex

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How many miles has the car done in 4 years?

How did the tyre look 11 months ago.

I am fat bloke and balded the front drivers side tyre on my Automatic Picanto in 6000 miles without doing any wheel spinning.

Thats ECO tyres for you.

george

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my car has done 24500 miles and the tyre had the same tread deph as all the others.

from the previous answer why does the nearside wear faster than the others.

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