Rear tire wear on inside
Rather than start a new thead, I found this in my search. I think my topic fits here...
I've been struggling with severe tire wear on the inside of the rear tires. My independant found and fixed a wheel bearing in the left side last Jan. and we replaced the rear accumulators last summer. The ride and handling are great. His visual camber check seems fine to him and we thought the bearing would cure the problem.
It's just that it appears that after all that I'm still wearing on the inside edge. After searching I found several threads that discuss camber adjustments. These suggestions seem to require new specialty parts or "slotting" an existing part to make it adjustable.
Is it possible that I may need to go this route even though I haven't lowered the car. In fact after the accumulators it rides much higer. Thanks for any input.
'87 300TD 304kmi (RIP)
'95 Toyota Camry Wagon 125kmi