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One of my rear tires is developing a low spot and becoming noisy. I have been good about keeping the tires balanced so I am not sure why it would be doing this. The rear camber is almost to the max spec. Could this be the problem? Or could it be a bad wheel bearing? Any ideas?<p>Thanks<br>Stan
 

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Re: Tire Wear - Low Spot (AutoGeek)

Bad Internal Belt or Someone Missed on the Balancing 6000 miles ago & It's to Late to get Rebalanced -( Which You Should See Cupped ) Low Spots .<p>A Good Tire Guy will Point them Out , I had an Entire Set go that way on the Other half's car - Wrong - Program Selected on Balancing Machine.<p>Got a $255.00 Credit Toward - New Set of Tires, as took them Off and put the Winters On - so We didn't Act to following Spring .<br>
 

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Re: Tire Wear - Low Spot (EngTech)

When I got the car it also had a low spot on a tire. Now I have another. Unfortunately, i don't know how well the previous owner took care of the car and I don't know if it is the same rim. I am wondering if I have a bad rim.<br>Stan
 
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