Did the guys at the shop mention your tire wear issue? If only one tire is bald on the inside edge, it is leaning in on top. That's called "camber" and is one of the three main alignment angles. The truck should be pulling in the direction that tire is leaning if you let go of the steering wheel.
If both front tires are wearing on the inside edge, they both could be leaning in, or they could be steering away from the center of the lane. That also makes it wander a lot and miserable to drive.
One thing that Chrysler vehicles do better than any other cars and trucks is get great tire wear, ... If they're in proper alignment.
Wednesday, March 25th, 2009 AT 3:01 AM