I have a bad problem wearing out the outsides of my front tires on my '75 FJ40. When I first bought it a couple years ago, the tires had hardly any tread wear. The tires were older and a little weathered, looking like someone put tires on it and left it sitting for awhile, but the tread depth was 90% or better and evenly worn. After driving it for a couple years they look like this picture below. I can really feel and hear it when making low speed turns (in a parking lot, etc). The tires really bark and chirp when making these turns and it almost feels like there is a locker in the front diff and it's in 4wd, but it's not locked and not in 4wd. The truck has always driven straight, doesn't wander at high speeds, and there doesn't seem to be a lot of play in the steering. I was in an accident a few months ago (girl pulled out in front of me) and had the frame and alignment checked out at a shop afterwards. Frame is straight, and they said the alignment was pretty darn close to spot on. I did just install a 4" sua lift w/ new shocks. The old ones were completely shot. I also have a new tie rod end kit and a new steering stabilizer that has yet to be installed. I know this will help with a little of the steering play, but I don't think that will help with the tire wear... It's hard to tell from the head on pic, but it sometimes looks to me like the camber is out of whack (tops of tires appear to be leaned out a little). From everything I've read, this is not adjustable. Only caster and toe. I put a different set of tires and wheels on after the lift and don't really want to wear them out the same way. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.