about 3,000 miles ago i noticed my car swaying, almost like the wind was pushing it however i was holding the wheel straight. With newer car I thought that was super weird with only 80k miles.
So noticed my wheels in the front were burned from launches, just about illegal level where the head is barley hiding, and the back ones are almost new.
So i would say front tires 3/10 thread left back tires 7.5/10 thread left.
I swapped the back tires to the front and vice versa, now there’s shaking in the wheel while im driving 50+ rather then swaying.
so my question is, can a tire balance or alligment fix partially this issue.
or am i screwed and gotta grab 4 new tires and an alligment.
well damn, guy before your post was on some, maybe alligment will work, maybe wheel balance will work, maybe new tires will work. IDK
So at that point it’s like damn well since front tires lose more tread do i just lower the fronts naturally, or hit the corners with a little boost. because we can make the tires the same if thats the biggest issue. and can save me on a $500 new set. (even tho itll need to be done later next year.)
No one can see your car over the internet. First all the steering and suspension need to be examined for wear or damage. The tires need to be examined for cupping , uneven wear, balance and condition. If you need new tires, balance and alignment should be done at the same time. Burnouts cost money, high speed cornering costs money, any kind of racing costs money. Only you can decide if the pleasure you get from it is worth it to you.
It is an equation I gave had to balance in my past.