what can I do about this ?

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Asked by May 29, 2008 at 03:37 PM about the 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SES

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a 2007 ford ses December of 2006.  The tires and shocks went bad at 17,000 miles.  We replaced them.  We are now at 38,000 miles my 2 rear tires are bald , one has threads coming through.  The front tires are bulging on the inside and appear to be toed.  The Ford dealership states that this is no longer covered under our warranty after 36,000 miles.  I feel like there is something wrong with the alignment and I do not know where to go or what to do.
Thank you!!

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im a bowtie guy so i ask you how can you trust a company that isnt going to back there own product. but now to fix the problem step 1 new tires and i dont recommend going for the cheapest things out there step 2 getting the front end aligned most tire stores and maintenance places like town far tire and sears would be able to deal with it and id recommend getting the tires replaces at the same time so you dont destroy the new tires step 3 (IMPORTENT) go to your locale chevy dealer and beg them to take that away from you haha just kidding but really

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