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Old 02 Nov 2007, 05:09 pm
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Default i have a 1995 acura integra and my rear wheels keep wearing out does anyone know why that...

...would happen? it also feels like it pulls to one side really bad
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Old 02 Nov 2007, 05:12 pm
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Are they wearing evenly or only in the middle or on the sides? To me it sounds like you need an alignment. You should get them balanced and rotated every time you get your oil changed (usually free where you bought your tires or you can buy a lifetime service from Walmart for like $8 a wheel) and go to a good alignment shop now to get them aligned to spec. I had this problem with a 1997 Accord. Also make sure your tire pressure is correct (usually around 35lbs).
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Old 02 Nov 2007, 05:15 pm
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Wheels or the tires? I am guessing tires. Could be lots of issues. Tire pressure but more than likely if they are "cupping" that would probably be a strut related issue. If the vehicle is pulling that is an alignment issue that can involve the need for replacement of worn out parts etc. Good luck.If it's the wheels than you probably have worn out bearings and or a problem with the hub that the bearing sits in. This could be a lot of different issues really.
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Old 02 Nov 2007, 05:21 pm
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dude you need to either get an alignment or a wheel balance... in might not be set right so the wheel my be ofset to an angle causing your tires to wear out and even make your wheel sake or make the car feel like its moving towards that side.
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Old 02 Nov 2007, 05:24 pm
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also if you lowered the car, didn't put a camber kit on it..you'll be wearing out tires because the camber is off.
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