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Old     (stang_killa_ss)      Join Date: Jan 2010       01-20-2012, 12:37 PM Reply   
my '11 LSV has a single axle boatmate trailer. and since just after we bought it i noticed the left tire was going bald out the outer edges. now typically this means underinflated. so i always kept the psi exactly at the recomended 60 or 65 (i cant remember exactly what the tire says right now) and always kept both sides identical and the manufacture recomended. now the left side tire is completely bald on the outer edges. the center tread of that tire is really good. the right tire looks brand new.

i havent measured for alignment yet, but i did measure for toe. and the difference from the front measurement to the rear measurement (measure to center of treads all the way across the boat to the other tire) is 1/2" difference. or 1/4" off from square.
is toe in on a trailer normal? what is within range or should they be perfectly straight?

any ideas on what if not the toe is causeing the odd balding on one side?

 
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