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  • Alignment | Tire Rack

  • …regardless of age. Incorrect alignment settings will usually result in more rapid tire wear. Therefore, alignment should be checked whenever new tires or suspension components are installed, and any time unusual tire wear patterns appear. Alignment should also be checked after the vehicle has…

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  • Winter / Snow Tire Maintenance Tips from the Tire Rack Experts

  • …depth of new tires is more sensitive to any issues. Of the three normal alignment adjustments (caster, camber and toe), camber is the most important to keep an eye on as too much positive camber will wear the outside edges of your tires, while too much negative camber will wear the inside edges.…

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  • Winter Maintenance Tips | Tire Rack

  • …normal alignment adjustments (caster, camber and toe) the camber and toe settings are the most important while caster settings have little influence on tire wear. Camber is important and is used to describe the vertical tilt of your tires. If the top of the tire tilts outward it is called positive…

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  • Winter Wheels and Tires: A Few Maintenance Tips

  • …settings. Caster settings don't typically affect tire wear. Camber: The vertical tilt of your tires. You'll always, in every situation, want to use the vehicle manufacturer's preferred settings when installing your winter / snow tires. Too much tilt one way or the other will cause irregular wear on…

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