Question Tire cupping Information

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  1. hetzler_l33

    hetzler_l33 New Guy

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    Interesting, but good to know. It's hard keeping them rotated every 3k being so busy but I've been almost on mark besides this last time being 700 miles past due. I have about 70% left give or take but with putting 10k on them in almost 7 months, I know they're not gonna last long. Been thinking about 305/55 Ridge Grapplers with 20x9s next
     
  2. duke

    duke i like interco

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    That's what women on the site say about swampers but here I am after Idk how many sets. Anyway, no amount of balancing or swapping around is gonna fix a cupped tire. They just have to wear back flat lol.
     
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  3. mb1500

    mb1500 GMFS Member

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    If you're driving down a crowned road in 'Murica (right hand side) if your alignment is biased to the right your steering wheel will have to be cocked to the left to go straight. Is this how your truck is?
     
  4. kids-at-711

    kids-at-711 Sexually identifies as a shopping cart.

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    Yup, is the same way in the left lane on the hwy, is slightly to the right to stay straight.
     

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