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How bad are these numbers?

-0.9 0.2 -1.1
CAMBER
3.3 0.3 3.3
CASTER ADJUST
0.43 -0.19
TOE


I know it relates to the allignment but could someone please explain.

I had a slow leak in one of my tires and went to Good Year to get it fixed. Upon inspection, my front two tires were worn to hell around the inside-outer edges. It was to the point that you could see the metal in the drivers side tire. I had to have that tire replaced at a cost of $230.00!! I paid about 150-170 for that same tire around three years back (GS D3). And the guy charged me $50 for a new allignment.

I guess tire roadside hazzard doesn't cover bad allignment wear on a tire.
 

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This is interesting....

stock: Camber = -0.5 to -1.3
Caster = 2.5 to 4.0
Toe = .05 to .20

Excessive camber would cause the wear you are referring to, which is well within spec?
Only thing I see is possibly the amount of toe on the driver side was causing a pull scuffing the inside edge.(this is probably the statement they gave you to void the warranty?)
 
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