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Old 01-20-2014, 09:41 PM   #1
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Possible alignment issue?

Okay, so this may be a dumb question, but I noticed today that the front tires aren't in the center of the wheel well. I don't have any problems while I'm driving or anything. Is this a possible alignment issue? Will it hurt if I keep driving the way it is?
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Can you post a pic to help us understand what you mean?
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Yeah, I can when I get off work.
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Probably a hub bearing, just guessing. Your in luck, they do not need to be machine pressed on our cars.
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It's not spot on, but it should give you the same idea hopefully.
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That's how all of mine have been I don't know why ford did it but that's how they all are.
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It's not spot on, but it should give you the same idea hopefully.
Jack the car up where the wheel is in the air. Pull and push, left and right, up and down. If the wheel and rim move it is your hub(wheel) bearing. It's hard to tell from a strait forward pic. if that is the problem.
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