Started by Dirk, May 08, 2017, 02:36:25 PM
Quote from: wakeboydb on May 09, 2017, 07:18:30 AMIt could possibly be a defective tire, sounds odd but I've seen it before on a car. If a belt has snapped, missing a section or something similar, it could happen.
Quote from: Steve K on May 09, 2017, 10:02:05 PMIf you want to check your alignment you can look at http://www.centrevilletrailer.com/how-to/trailer-axle-alignment-trailer-tire-wear/. You could also have a bent or damaged rim or your tires could be out of balance. If you have never had the tires balanced, that is the place to start as trailers are notorious for having out of balance tires from the factory.
Quote from: Dan Miller on May 10, 2017, 07:26:06 AMI don't believe any manufacturers balances ST tires. ST tires cannot be compared to automotive tires - see the link in prior posts, or google the topic.Regards,-Dan
Quote from: StroMobile on May 09, 2017, 09:45:44 PMI just logged in to report the same thing...I have a 2014 16DBS that I purchased new in 2015 and has less than 5000 miles. It has tandem axels and only the right rear tire is wearing differently - to the rear bars on the outside. They are are OEM Vail Tires - ST 175/80D/13.Is this potentially an alignment issue on the rear axel??? Can this be fixed? We no longer have dealer in the hood. Nearest one is now 350 miles.Thanks...