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Holy crap! He's alive!! Lol j/kBrands change wear pattern I have found but I consider the Goodyear to be one I found that wears ok. With the truck off grab each of the joints in your hand and have someone shake the steering wheel back and forth. Any slop and you will feel it. I have never been able to keep the X and XL'S from cupping but could improve it by backing the toe in off some. Don't let the wheels get straight or it will undrivable but you do not need as much toe in as the books say.
It has been a hectic few weeks but yeah we still live. If you have no rod issues you might just be stuck with what I do, rotate the fronts to the rear and wait for the rears to grind flat again. I wasn't even aware the 5 ton kingpins could be adjusted. I do remember on member said his wear issues went away with new shocks. That would require the front springs to flex so... On that note put a wrench on the spring mount bolts just to confirm they are tight. Most of mine were not.Holy crap! He's alive!! Lol j/k
These are the Badyear 1400 XLs
I suppose I can check that right quick, I guess it could be from excessive toe-in as well, but with it being uneven wear across the tire I immediately thought tie rods.
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