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How does a 4 wheel drive vehicle get uneven tire wear front to back.


Really? 4-wheel drive does not magically mean that all four corners will experience the same weight loading, the same camber and toe setting, the same scrub during turns, the same applied torque, the same air pressure, the same temperature, etc., etc., etc.

There are a LOT of factors related to how much a tire wears besides just whether or not they are driven.

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