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Old 27 Sep 2008, 08:11 am
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Default TYRE WEAR ON HONDA ACCORD EXEC,

I have a Honda Accord exec, 2005. Great car but 1 problem I have is tyre wear. Back tyres are wearing badly on the inside. People offer different reasons. What is the most likely reason?
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Old 27 Sep 2008, 09:45 pm
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Default Re: TYRE WEAR ON HONDA ACCORD EXEC,

Inside tire wear most likely indicates NOT ENOUGH TOE IN on rear wheels. The camber would need to be noticeably tilted in at top on both rear wheels to be the cause.
I have come to realize my 07 Civic likes to be set towards the maximum TOE IN tolerance spec because the rear tires really wear on the inside when it is close to the minimum Toe IN tolerance spec.
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