"E-Z" Tow Axles = Rear Axle tire wear ?
I wanted to here from anyone who is experiencing a high rate of wear on the inside of the tires on the rear axle of there Lacrosse with these "E-Z" Tow axles that are spaced 40 inches apart.
I have a Hensley Hitch, and if you understand their very different principle of operation, it would tend to amplify this rear axle inside wear as the hitch moves from side to side as necessary.
I know as you turn a corner the rear axle leans hard scalloping the inside of the tire, which is not a major concern over the long haul with a traditional hitch.
But, with the Hensley Hitch this rear axle is constantly "wagging" and wearing tires on the inside at a high rate, I expect a new set every 6000 miles.
Is anyone experiencing high wear with a conventional hitch?
Ken & Judy
2012 Prime Time Lacrosse 301RLS
2014 Ford F-150 Lariat - Max. Tow - Ecoboost
Hensley Arrow Hitch
Average 50-60 nights/yr