1996 explorer

Asked by Nov 04, 2010 at 10:01 AM about the 1996 Ford Explorer

Question type: General

i have tires leaning out and i was wonder why it does this id like for them to be striaght like normal cars

3 Answers

the reason they lean is it is 4X4,if your tires are wearing on eather side it needs a alignment.

5

Yes. A four wheel drive vehicle like an explorer will have the rear wheels tilt in a bit. This is called "camber". It aids in handling and quite honestly, helps the truck from rolling over as easy. My explorer is built the same way.

65

It could also be your wheel bearing(s) depending how durastic the tilt is on the wheels.

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