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Old 11-23-2013, 01:20 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Wavy Tires Problem

Hey guys, Im just looking for some advice. My rear tires seem to be a little wavy on the inside wall, what could be causing this?
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Default Re: Wavy Tires Problem

sounds like you need an alignment check...and new tires
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Default Re: Wavy Tires Problem

If the inner sidewall itself is "wavy", then I would think you have an issue with the steel belts in the tire...replace the tire.
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It's not the sidewall just inner part of the top (thread part) it's not bad, but still bothers me. I had an accident a while back and didn't check alignment after, so that might be the case. Thank you guys.
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Default Re: Wavy Tires Problem

answered your own question. get ur toe checked.
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Default Re: Wavy Tires Problem

Originally Posted by Shurin View Post
It's not the sidewall just inner part of the top (thread part) it's not bad, but still bothers me. I had an accident a while back and didn't check alignment after, so that might be the case. Thank you guys.
Just go for alignment and a rotate and balance. There also a slight chance something got bent knocked out of place.
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