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Old 07-01-2013, 12:58 PM   #1
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Wildwood T25KS Tire issues??

While on an outting last week, a member of our group noticed something strange on the tires of my T25KS trailer.. The trailer has two axels and the tires on the forward axel are evenly worn across the entire tire face however the tires on the rear axel are both wearning down on the OUTSIDE edge only. I have included a picture of the tires with normal wear patterns showing the tread wear line still evident on the front tires, however the other picture shows that the tire wear lin on the outter edge of the rear tires has worn completely off. All tires were maintained at 65 psi as recommended on the tire itself. The tires have about 4.5 K miles on them. Any ideas on what is causing this so it can be corrected?
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2010 T25KS Wildwood
2006 F-250 SD
STGCM(SW) USN Ret 30 yrs.
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Old 07-01-2013, 01:04 PM   #2
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The back axle may have too much toe-in.
A good alignment shop should be able to correct it.
But that ain't bad for 4500 miles, as a lot of folks have had multiple blowouts by then!
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