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Tyre Wear?

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I've had a look through a number of topics reference wheel allignment and tyre wear but never actually found the answers i'm looking for.

Right, for you clued up folks what/how much 'uneven' tyre wear should i have on front and rear? I'm getting minimal inside edge wear on rear, quite a bit on front. Keep having garages say I need an allignment etc etc, but the car runs straight and handles well. Both tyres on each axle wear about the same, so why should it be allignment? Dont you get one wearing 'funny' if it is?? Is this just B.S?? I've read that all Porkas wear on inside (Turbo more??)? I'm also concerned that it actually wont run straight and handle as well afterwards as i've read elsewhere. At the end of the day i suspect that if i spend the cash and have it done, it will still wear on the inside edges??

What do you think?? Any body that could take a photo of their tyre tread (rear and front) and quote mileage would be useful for me as a comparison? Thanking you in advance. Dave.

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