> I have a 2008 Mustang GT (Bullitt model). To my surprise, the front tires
seem to wear more on the inside than the outside,
> which is unexpected since I try to spend as much time on the outside of
the tread as possible (if you get my 'drift').
>From my experience with strut suspensions, moderate negative camber with
mild toe-out can cause that sort of wear in 10k miles or so (e.g., -1.5
camber and 1/8" toe-out). If you eliminate the toe (out or in), the wear is
reduced considerably. I ended-up running -2.5 camber and adjusting two-out
at each autocross to reduce the inside tire wear. For a street car I'd
probably just do a minimum of camber and have the two set to zero.
BTW, I love those Bullitts -- nice and understated.
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