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Old 10-23-2012, 08:08 PM
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Hey everyone. It's my first time using the forum so please be patient with me lol anyway I have a couple questions about my truck. I have a 2011 ram 1500 Laramie. It has 35000 Kms on it now and I have already replaced the legs tie rod end. I just recently put new tires on so I'm good for winter and I noticed on my old tires that they were starting to wear on the outside of the tire so I am suspecting ball joint problems possibly. Is there anyone else having a lot of problems with these front ends? If so what brand of ball joints/tie rod ends did you use to replace them? When I have time I'm gonna jack it up and see if there shot or not. Was just curious what people have been doing to try and beef up these front ends a bit lol I appreciate your input!
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While ball joints are a remote possibility, I would first suspect too much toe-in as the cause of your tire wear.
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