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Jack Erjavec + 1 other
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Textbook Problem

A front tire has excessive wear on both edges of the tire tread. The most likely cause of this problem is ______.

a. overinflation

b. underinflation

c. improper static balance

d. improper dynamic balance

To determine

The blank asking for most likely cause for the problem of excessive wear on both edges of the tire tread on front tire.

Explanation

The excessive wear on both edges of the tire tread is a result of under-inflation as under-inflated tires leads to the maximum wear on the outside edges and results in hard steering, excessive heat tire, etc...

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