I have recently lowered my car -60mm on the front and -40mm on the back with spax springs. (no shockers.....yes i know, im a naughty boy! )
Anyway, i have a set of 17's on with the profile 205/40/r17 ..... the tyres themselves are Yokohoma if i remember correctly, and were like new when i purchased them, with a good 5-6mm of tread, at least, evenly worn.
Now i had the wheels on for a good while before i lowered the car, and have probably done around 8-9000 miles max with these wheels on, with probably 5-6,000 of these being with the car being lowered, maybe not even that!!
Now i looked at the tyres last night and was incredibly shocked to find that the inside of the tyres was completly bald, and highly illegal on the front 2 tyres!!!
I did get the tracking done when i got the car lowered (the day after) and they said it was ever so slightly out, but nothing major or worth doing, so i left it.
Now ive been told it could be the camber..... i have searched on this and found i can get something that will allow me to adjust the camber from Regal if im correct..... can someone evaluate on this and tell me what the crack is with it.
I personally thought that these tyres would last longer than 10k to be honest with you all, i mean i know i do a few wheel spins here and there, but nothing daft, and not a regular thing at all!!
Also i looked at the rear tyres and found that one of the tyres on the back was wearing on the inside too, but not on the other rear tyre..... what could this be??? im told it may be a rear bush or axle???? Im no mechanic so im not sure on these things......
Also could someone tell me what my tyre pressure should be with these tyres please....
P.s please note i had the car serviced a few weeks back and also MOT'd, when which i was told i had to have a track rod end replaced, but the people who fitted it said that they didnt need to re-do the tracking as the way in which they fitted it, they didnt knock the tracking out could this have caused a problem at all??
I can find out the make/model of tyres in the morning if anyone needs this....and also could someone give me a a few names of cheap, very hard wearing tyres for me to purchase.....????