Tire tread wear comes in many forms.
The wear pattern on your tires may be normal or it could be the result of an underlying issue. For example, you may be over-inflating your tires or your tire pressure could be too low. Or, perhaps your vehicle could use an alignment. A quick visual inspection using the infographic below can help you read your tires and make the necessary adjustments. For more information on each tread condition, be sure to read our earlier post on tire tread as well.
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I have outer edge wear.
anything else I can do then slow down in the corners,….
I mean, I like to go hard in the corners.
Unfortunately, hard cornering is the leading cause. You can also check camber and caster and make adjustments there as positive caster/camber can cause this.
I corner hard and compensate by overinflating: it works. It goes without saying to have good condition (not cracking) tires.
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I have older Michelin tires on my 2003 Oldsmobile Aurora. I was told by Firestone that the tires have “dry rot” and are “unsafe” to use. The tire tread is even and has 8/32nds of remaining tread depth. The sidewalls are perfect. There appears to be very tiny cracks at the bottom of each groove. None appear to be deep. Are these tires acceptable? Please note: Even my Goodyear Wrangler tires on my 2017 F-150 exhibit the same groove phenomenon. Both vehicles passed inspection in my state.
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