I have a few issues/questions as a result:
1) They are non oem wheels and tyres so i was told that the settings for toe in/ out may need to be different than the standard 0 degrees - does anyone know if that is true, and if so how i could find out ?
2) Is it worth just making sure that the wheels are properly set up using the
oem settings given that i have larger wheels on or would i be wasting my money ?
3) I was also told that none of the wheels can be adjusted for camber, just toe in/out - is that also true ?
3) In the end i didnt have them done whilst i do a bit more research, and i phoned Wheels in Motion from Buckingamshire who are specialists and they told me that if the tryres are wearing on both sides it points first of all to under inflated tyres and that i should try putting 4psi more in each tyre, it is a problem with non oem wheels of a different size as you cant refer to the manual to get the correct pressure. I have 235 35 19 tyres and have been using 32 psi in each tyre but will now try 36psi and see how it goes.
The fitter at the 1st place i went to never mentioned tyre pressures as a possible cause yet it seems an obvious one to try first.
If there are any wheel/ tyre experts out there i would appreciate your input
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